Apr 30 2009
I stumbled upon an excellent article by Martin Fowler in which he describes the difference between stubs and mocks, and afterwards the difference between classic and mockist TDD. Be warned, the article is a few years old, but still a highly recommendable...
Apr 8 2009
Some time ago I found a quotation by Buckminster Fuller: When I'm working on a problem, I never think about beauty. I think only how to solve the problem. But when I have finished, if the solution is not beautiful, I know it is wrong. Although Fuller...
Mar 11 2009
After over a year of development, Neyun is finally out for public use. The site is currently in beta, and an invite (or beta request approved) is required to use it. Neyun is a rich web application that we have been developing along with Ary, Martin
Mar 2 2009
How a simple algorithm for generating a random output can be biased may be a very difficult analysis, and unless every step is carefully analyzed, randomness can be easily lost. In this post I'll go through some basics of probabilities, using an ideal...
Mar 2 2009
One of the key components of any Silverlight (or WPF) application is XAML, as it serves as the definition for every visual element. Being a markup language intended to replace a bunch of UI-creating-code (remember WinForms?), it can quickly get out...
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