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July 15, 2015  |  Software Testing  |  Volodymyr Korniichuk
Quick start with Google Test

Google test is a framework from Google for unit-testing of C++ codes. Its overall architecture somewhat resembles conventional boost::test and CppUnit, however, it’s slightly different in details (I think for to its advantage). I'll describe briefly Hello world in Google Test, pointing out some potential issues you can face.

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June 27, 2015  |  Software Engineering  |  Volodymyr Korniichuk
Timsort Sorting Algorithm

Unlike bubble or insertion sorting, Timsort is rather new — it was invented in 2002 by Tim Peters (and named after him). It has been a standard sorting algorithm in Python, OpenJDK 7 and Android JDK 1.5 ever since.

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May 25, 2015  |  IT Operations  |  Mykhaylo Sokolov
How to Begin Learning Windows Installer?

Windows Installer (MSI) technology is a de facto standard in the world of system administrators distributing and servicing software for desktop and server versions of Windows. MSI format is supported by all major configuration management systems (Microsoft SCCM, CA Unicenter, and many others).

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