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Julian H.

Location:

London

Member since:

August 14, 2012

Networks

What is the best technical book you've read recently?

The Cucumber Book which was well written and easy to apply. However I'm typically reading lots of technical books in parallel e.g. on iOS development and TDD currently.

What is the language or tool that you're most excited about using at the moment?

iOS (I've been working with Android for a while and am keen to strengthen my skills on the 'other' mobile platform :)

Introduction

I'm currently working as a freelance consultant focusing on Mobile Testing and Test Automation and Software Engineering.


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