I noticed a recent check-in has added a
TimeOut property to the
RollBack attribute in MbUnit. Woohoo!
The problem with extremists is that they inevitably color the mainstream’s perception of a thing, whether it be a race, a culture, or a software development practice.Read More
For the longest time now, I’ve been a fan of MbUnit, but never really used it on a real project. In part, I stuck with NUnit despite MbUnit’s superiority because NUnit was the defacto standard.Read More
It rained the night before last night (with Thunder!) and it rained last night and it is still raining. I think the forces of nature conspire against me. I have no choice but to crawl up back into bed with a good book and listen to the rain. If a nap should overtake me, so be it.Read More
Writing proper custom exceptions can amount to a lot of busy work. Oh
sure, it’s easy to simply inherit from
System.Exception and stop
there. But try running that baby through FxCop or passing that exception
across AppDomains and you’re in for a world of hurt (hyperbole alert!).
My weekends just seem to get better and better every week. Since going independent and then starting a company with a friend, my work weeks have been much more enjoyable. Fortunately, my weekends have kept up as well.Read More
It’s happened to all of us. You are happily coding along (in Visual Studio .NET 1.x), minding your own business when you decide to switch from the code view to the designer and back to the code view. That’s when you experience…The Woe.Read More
I want to teach a friend everything I know about HTML Production work (which won’t take long). By production work, I mean the process of receiving a Photoshop file, cutting it up, and producing nice clean semantic (X)HTML and CSS.Read More
Every now and then on various blogs (including mine), you’ll notice a little snippet at the bottom of a post that looks something like…Read More
\ sherriffs.jpg \ Originally uploaded by soymlk. It’s pics like these that really capture the spirit of Burning Man. I love the juxtaposition of cultures in this particular photo. It displays the extent to which the Burning Man organizers work with the local communities and law enforcement to ensure a peaceful and cooperative environment. \Read More