LondonUnited Kingdom EC2Y 5EA
June 8, 2014
Scala, Clojure, Haskell, zsh (I use at least every week) C, C++, C#, Java, Ruby, Python (used professionally at least for a while) and many more for just hobby usage.
Important is *quality*. Testing is just one of many tools (a useful one, though). Importance of testing depends on the concrete system/situation.
I believe in shared responsiliby of dev/ops, but can't practice it right now - we're way too small to have any split :).
To support by any means to let users/clients get it done whatever they want to do with us. It may mean a clean & straightforward UI, a comfortable process to follow, an intuitive & well documented API or features missing that'd be not used anyway... Again, it depends on the system.
Mostly functional software dev.