Hi, I'm Nikos Baxevanis.
I'm a self-employed programmer living in Zlin, Czech Republic. I work on a few open-source automated testing tools in .NET and Haskell, and have a decade of experience in TDD, CPQ, and automated trading.
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Founding member and contributor to
Hedgehog, a property-based
testing system, in the spirit of QuickCheck.
helps you test interactive F# examples, similar to
doctest in Python.
Built primarily as an internal tool for F# Hedgehog.
Pure Haskell and F# implementation of
splittable pseudorandom number generator.
Guy L. Steele, Jr., Doug Lea, Christine H. Flood Fast splittable
pseudorandom number generators Comm ACM, 49(10), Oct 2014, pp453-472.
Passes all dieharder tests.
Write you some
QuickCheck, a minimal version of QuickCheck v1 ported
allows you to generate random text that is guaranteed to match a regular
expression passed in.
Port of Java
DFA/NFA (finite-state automata) implementation and
the oldest contributors to
AutoFixture, a testing
system that helps you write more compact, maintainable, unit tests.
AutoFixture integrates with xUnit.net, NUnit, Moq, NSubstitute, FakeItEasy, and
other .NET testing tools.
"One of the best developers I've ever worked with is @nikosbaxevanis. Please don't steal him from my team!"
"I learned a huge amount from Nikos, especially about F# programming and
the more advanced aspects of unit testing."
"Solid development skills. When Nikos submits a pull request, it is a cold day in
hell that it doesn't work."
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