My work colleagues decided to go with Golang stack for a new repo we are about to start. We did a mob session of FizzBuzz kata using Golang stack. It was really fun. I decided to finish off the kata by doing my own refactoring, and adding some more tests. Golang looks really good. I […]
I tried doing the coffee kata challenge the other day, https://simcap.github.io/coffeemachine/. I thought it would be quite fun to revisit my first language that got me my first job as a web developer, Ruby. I haven’t done Ruby and Rspec for so long. It wasn’t so hard to update the Ruby version in my machine […]
I had done the Yatzy refactoring kata (https://github.com/emilybache/Yatzy-Refactoring-Kata) a few times before. I think once it was in Kotlin, and once in Java. However, due to time constraint, I never managed to finish the kata. I think I was pair-programming with one of my work colleagues, and we only had around 90 minutes to do […]
I wanted to check out different stacks recently. The goal is to pick an interesting new language and go deep on some aspects of it – understanding how to implement a simple web server with or without the language-specific framework. The main thing is to implement everything in TDD. I had a brief look at […]
What is Caesars Cipher? The particular constraint for this exercise is ROT13 algorithm (rotate by 13 alphabets), and only use upper case letters. Here is my quick implementation: The numbers inside the if statements of the code above are ASCII codes that correspond to the uppercase letters of the alphabets.