I want to share with you an experience I had today – I solved a bug… Although I solve bugs each day as part of my work this bug was different: On my way back from work today I called a friend to see how he is doing. He is on the way to earning … Continue reading How to find a bug in an application you didn’t write
Welcome to the 3rd part of my quest to learn IronPython. In this part I’ll show how I’ve unit tested my application. Previous parts of this series: Where to start – resources, environment and how I’ve started learning IronPython Let’s write some code – the project I’m writing along with my impressions of how things … Continue reading Getting started with IronPython – Part 3: unit testing
I always believed OO design patterns to be necessary to know and understand by all software developers, I didn’t like the fact that sometimes design was forced into a known design pattern just because a pattern existed (and wrote about it). After seen patterns abused time after time I lost faith and I was frustrated … Continue reading Book Review – Head First Design Patterns
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When I’ve started learning IronPython I choose #Develop as my IDE. Because it had IronPython intellisense and debugging support it seemed like a good fit for my simple project. When my project needed basic UI I rolled up my sleeves and wrote a winform control line by line. It seems that the good people of … Continue reading SharpDevelop 3.1 Beta released – with some IronPython goodness
There's a hot discussion going on between myself and Ayende (Oren Eini) about the different between unit tests and integration tests specifically on how much harder writing unit test is. It all started when I commented on a post Oren wrote: Unit tests vs. Integration tests in a post of my own (at my company's … Continue reading Unit tests vs. Integration tests
In the previous part I wrote on how I’ve leant the basics of IronPython programming. In this post I will show the first lines I wrote as part of the project I decided to write in order to learn IronPython. Before I div into the code I’d like to take a moment to explain about … Continue reading Getting started with IronPython – Part 2: Let’s write some code