Using IntelliJ to speed up your dev workflow

Give your development experience superpowers!I do the bulk of my test automation development in Kotlin/Java or Python languages. After the programming language, a very important component for the dev workflow is a good IDE.While the purists generally rave about the use of Editors like Sublime, VSCode or even use of Vim/Emacs over full-fledged IDE's like … Continue reading Using IntelliJ to speed up your dev workflow

How to do reverse lookup enum constant by value in Kotlin

    This is a neat trick I discovered recently enums are a very useful concept in programming and allow us to define constant values which can easily hold grouped data and even declare members I use them heavily in my automation code to define constant values and they work very well when we have … Continue reading How to do reverse lookup enum constant by value in Kotlin

Vim: The editor you need, but not the one you deserve

Hi there! So apart from the obvious reference to the Dark knight trilogy, I think this is quote in a small way highlights how great Vim is. Once put in practice you it really feels like this editor is one of the hidden gems which most coders are scared of. I am a relative new … Continue reading Vim: The editor you need, but not the one you deserve