Monthly Archives: September 2010

Testing your project with mockish approach

Despite I’m not new to TDD process and try to implement its principles during my own projects, lately I have came across interesting issue. Within our system, there is a component which controls “workflow”, subsequently triggers objects to make database … Continue reading

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Geek Rock – Beatnik Turtle

Today I was listening to Thomas Gideon’s interview with Randy Chertkow and this particular episode inspired me to finally check out Beating Turtle homepage. Although I have been hearing some good opinions about Beating Turtle before I never really had … Continue reading

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Weekly wrap-up #1

As not having anything better to post this week I’ve decide it would be excellent excuse to post my first weekly wrap-up. This week several stories “catch my eye”. Literally three of them. Maybe it is not much, but all of them … Continue reading

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Is Microsoft really that evil?

Today I’ve read an article about Russia authorities using copyright claims against local opposition or activists. It’s worth mentioning that in the cases mentioned in NYT’s article Russian branch of Microsoft actively support police and prosecutors. Of course they deny … Continue reading

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Lua vs. Python as embedded scripting languages.

Lately when I was skimming through slashdot’s articles I’ve found a story about game developer having problem with paypal. Having myself paypal account I initially though it would be good knowing what this is about, because I don’t want to … Continue reading

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