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Agile Engineering Practices Training - October 21-23 - Fairfax, VA

September 23, 2008 by mblack

CC PACE TRAINING: LEAN & AGILE TRAINING: AGILE ENGINEERING PRACTICES

DESCRIPTION
The three-day Introduction to Test Driven Development (TDD) and Refactoring in Java training program mixes interactive lectures with intense, hands-on lab activities. The course prepares Java development teams seeking to begin an Agile software development project. We accelerate your transition to Agile by sharing our real-world experiences and teaching you the fundamentals.

COURSE TOPICS
Developer Testing, Writing and running unit tests , Test-driven development (TDD), Pair-programming with TDD , Simple and advanced mocking , Testing legacy code, Database testing , Functional Testing, Web Testing, Code Metrics and Refactoring, Refactoring principles, Code smells, Refactoring patterns, Using Metrics

WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Developers working on Agile projects who wish to leverage Test-Driven Development concepts to focus their development efforts and sustain code quality and throughput.

PREREQUISITES
Knowledge of and some experience with Agile is recommended.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Explain and implement a Test-Driven Development framework
Apply appropriateAgile engineering practices to support Test-Driven Development
Write appropriately constructed unit tests

Register online at: www.ccpace.com or email: mblack@ccpace.com or call Michele Black at 703-251-6980.

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Ouch. I just had a Plasma crash (KDE 4.2) that wiped out all of the links to applications that I had on my desktop and in the panel. What used to be a
Plasma crash loses all desktop icons
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03-Feb-2009, 23:25
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Plasma crash loses all desktop icons
Ouch. I just had a Plasma crash (KDE 4.2) that wiped out all of the links to applications that I had on my desktop and in the panel. What used to be a bunch of .desktop files are now 0-byte files with generic binary icons.
Anyone else experienced anything similar?
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03-Feb-2009, 23:34
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Re: Plasma crash loses all desktop icons
sounds like you might need to start again with a new .kde4 folder
but never had this happen myself
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03-Feb-2009, 23:36
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Re: Plasma crash loses all desktop icons
I have this same issue, see this thread:
Upgrade to KDE 4.2 - Widget issues - openSUSE Forums
But I find even if I remove the 'broken' icons they come back when I logout and back in?
Whats the .kde4 folder method? Do you just remove it? Anything need to be backed up?
What about the .kde folder?
Thanks
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04-Feb-2009, 00:01
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Re: Plasma crash loses all desktop icons
These are in your hidden user dir
.kde (has kde3 config - leave this)
.kde4 (kde4 config)
If you have gnome or kde3 installed, login there to rename the .kde4 folder to .kde4old
When you login to kde4 next it will be like the very first time.
If you only run kde4, you need to logout to a CLI and do this:
mv /home/*username*/.kde4 .kde4old
(replace*username* with your user name)
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04-Feb-2009, 00:52
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Re: Plasma crash loses all desktop icons
Originally Posted by caf4926
These are in your hidden user dir
.kde (has kde3 config - leave this)
.kde4 (kde4 config)
If you have gnome or kde3 installed, login there to rename the .kde4 folder to .kde4old
When you login to kde4 next it will be like the very first time.
If you only run kde4, you need to logout to a CLI and do this:
mv /home/*username*/.kde4 .kde4old
(replace*username* with your user name)
Thanks I now have a 'fresh' desktop once again.
I guess this isnt really any different to creating a new user, I will get to work with restoring all my settings from the old .kde4 folder.
Unfortunately kde 4.2 also seems to have broken my suspend to ram, but I have another thread for that
Thanks again.
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04-Feb-2009, 01:05
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Re: Plasma crash loses all desktop icons
Good. Yes it's very similar to new user, but not quite the same.
FYI. As soon as I have a nice setup with kde4 - I make a backup of .kde4
Proved very useful.
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04-Feb-2009, 03:34
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Re: Plasma crash loses all desktop icons
It's just happened to me while I have been on this forum - even the backtrace was corrupted - so now I know what to do when I finish!
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