(Jun 24, 2016)
A foray into Google App Engine turns into a Tibetan adventure with Bos grunniens. No real lesson is learned.
(Apr 21, 2016)
I found this picture of a roulette wheel. I wonder how hard it would be to make my little game use it.
(Apr 20, 2016)
Let's finish wiring up our second pass at Jim Jeffries' roulette example, and see what we can see.
(Apr 19, 2016)
I felt I owed it to myself to do Jim Jeffries' roulette exercise, this time with more tests. You won't believe what happened next. (Sorry, I have a click-bait virus.)
(Apr 18, 2016)
Jim Jeffries (no relation) proposed a TDD exercise / challenge. I took it on. The results may surprise you. (Sorry.)
(Nov 27, 2015)
Going too far is quite difficult to do.
(Nov 12, 2015)
It's common to tweet things objecting to high automated test coverage as if it's irrelevant, incompetent, or stupid. I suggest otherwise with a thought experiment.
(Nov 9, 2015)
In which we discuss the technical debt metaphor, clean code, and the inevitable decline of civilization.
(Nov 3, 2015)
A Twitter thread gets me thinking about Mock objects and whether they're more than just a matter of personal taste.
(Apr 11, 2015)
Kate Oneal chats about testing with the Ann Arbor KALe Society.
(Mar 12, 2015)
Jonathan Rasmusson wrote an interesting article. I agree. It's not about unit tests. It's about skill and understanding.
(Feb 13, 2015)
Content from XProgramming has been moved to this site. Some brief retrospective thoughts.
(Jan 24, 2015)
As Tozier and I work on Scraper, I find the pairing to be quite difficult, though not unrewarding.
(Dec 22, 2014)
It's good to have people watching over me. Already got some feedback on this morning's article.
(Dec 22, 2014)
True to my word, for once, I'm learning RSpec. Follow along and laugh at my ignorance.
(Dec 6, 2014)
Channeling ELO. Also a Codea Diamond that you might find interesting.
(Dec 5, 2014)
A number of people have tried the Diamond Problem now. Let's look at their work and see what we learn.
(Nov 30, 2014)
The trouble with thinking is, you keep getting new ideas. I wanted to try this one. Turned out quite oddly.
(Nov 29, 2014)
Alistair Cockburn published an article about thinking in solving a problem with TDD. I'm all for thinking. Let's see how I do it. UPDATED.