About

Andrea is a professional software developer and has accrued many years of experience building solid applications. She has been consuming new technologies and frameworks daily for the last 10 years in a never-ending quest for knowledge and a happy developer path.

After a long life in the entreprise development world she is now developing games and the proud co-founder of BatCat Games. Andrea is involved in the organisation of GameCraft, Alt Net in Dublin and other code related communities in Ireland.

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3 Responses to “About”

  1. 1 Nadya

    Hi, I really like it here on your blog!!!

  2. 2 Michael

    Hi Andrea,

    I was at your Code Kata session during the Developer Developer Developer conference Belfast.

    You mentioned you would have liked to see the solution in Common Lisp (CL), after I mentioned it. I think these Katas are a neat idea so I decided to code it. check link below.

    http://paste.lisp.org/display/125071

    You mentioned about unit testing CL, there is actually less need for formal unit testing frameworks with CL due to fact it is a dynamic language that allows interactive programming, having a REPL. But I decide to whip something together anyway, the top 2/3 of the code is the “testing framework” if you can really call it that; I just whipped it together in little over 1/2 hour.

  3. 3 roundcrisis

    Hi Michael: Thanks for the message, that’s an interesting solution.


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