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C++ Heap Corruption Problem

In the last six months I am consulting a company in C++. Today my colleague and I find out a very tricky heap corruption. Below is presented a C++ snapshot with the heap corruption. Can you see the problem ? [cpp]string Core::ntos(unsigned int n){ string ts= ""; if( !n

TDD Bag Code Kata

Practice of Bag code kata. For any references please see the link below http://algs4.cs.princeton.edu/lectures/13StacksAndQueues.pdf Stress Testing of Passive Object (Bag) for any references please see the book Growing Object-Oriented Software Guided by Tests  TDD rules which I follow from Jason

Testing is developers’ job not testers’

When I started working as a developer, I didn't work with a tester. So I keep thinking that quality and testing of the code is developer's job, and Gojko Adzic presentation confirms my understanding of software development process on some way. Take a look the Gojko Adzic presentation with his QA analysis about Greece