CITCON, the Continuous Integration and Testing Conference, is a world-wide series of free Open Spaces events for developer-testers, tester-developers and anyone else with an interest in Continuous Integration and the type of Testing that goes along with it. I’ve been lucky to
Ok, possibly, it’s the project I worked on for a couple of years (fraud detection in financial sector) makes me to spot such “awesome” ideas. This morning I heard on radio an ad about a site with service, which tells you how strong your password is. I should also start such site for two reasons:
I just came across another perfect way to support violation of OOP principles: Partial Class Definitions (C#) http://bit.ly/GFi1bp
An interesting link I received from a colleague and friend of mine. Here it is, after a few editions (of course) ———— link from DH —————— http://tweakers.net/nieuws/79440/plug-in-voegt-achievements-toe-aan-visual-studio.html Haven’t made my mind up whether this is a smart way to motivate developers or whether we have now reached rock bottom as a serious profession.
Projects in Visual Studio use references in order to include code from external DLLs. Obviously these references must have relative or absolute paths to the DLLs. You would think that if everything is fine and all references get resolved, you never worry about the paths. And if a reference is missing, you want your IDE to show you where […]
Object Oriented Programming principles require classes to be dedicated for one and only one aim, to have a very isolated purpose. And there is a quote from MSDN
I wonder if it’s just a project I’m working on now or it’s a nature of development in .NET. Whenever a technical challenge appears, things are being looked up on Internet and the first suggestion, fragment of code, which proves to work, is being used as a solution for the challenge. In such environment Java development seems to be […]
Do you notice the two identical green triangle buttons in Visual Studio 2010? These buttons are close to each other and look the same, but have very different effect.