| 3 Feb 2011|| FLASH: TPP|| I read a nice blog today exploring the Transformation Priority Premise using...|
| 2 Feb 2011|| Fib: The T-P Premise.|| Guilherme Silveira wrote a lovely blog exploring the Transformation Priority Premise using the Fibonacci sequence....|
| 19 Jan 2011|| Brining Balance to the Force|| I read Martin Fowler's contribution to the craftsmanship thread...|
| 17 Jan 2011|| Software Craftsmanship: What it's all about.|| I've gone from Dan North's post, to Gil Zilberfeld's to Michael Feather's to Jason Gorman's and back. And I'm at a loss....|
| 5 Jan 2011|| STUB4: MDA: A forlorn hope.|| p80.mov|
| 1 Jan 2011|| Transformation Priority and Sorting|| Comic created with Comic Life...|
| 29 Dec 2010|| STUB3: Validating the Visitor|| Why I like the much maligned visitor pattern....|
| 27 Dec 2010|| STUB2: K&R around the Campfire|| p56.mov|
| 24 Dec 2010|| Clean Code mug and luggage tag|| Watch for them on cleancodeproject.com...|
| 23 Dec 2010|| STUB 1: SICP & Assignment|| p39.mov|
| 20 Dec 2010|| Snow and Pandemonium|| These pictures are from Heathrow on Monday morning, 20 December after...|
| 19 Dec 2010|| The Transformation Priority Premise|| This blog poses a rather radical premise. It suggests that Refactorings|
| 17 Dec 2010|| Clean Code Course in Dallas.|| I'll be teaching a three-day Clean Code...|
| 16 Dec 2010|| test|| italic bold monospaced...|
| 14 Dec 2010|| Too Lazy to "Type".|| Loren Segal (@Islegal) in his blog (http://gnuu.org/2010/12/13/too-lazy-to-type/) makes...|
| 27 Nov 2010|| Mentoring & Apprenticeship (A reading from: "The Clean Coder")|| mentoring.mp3|
| 23 Nov 2010|| A Certification Worth Having.|| If you spend months studying and working just for the chance...|
| 22 Nov 2010|| What Killed Waterfall Could Kill Agile.|| What Killed Waterfall could Kill Agile.docx|
| 9 Nov 2010|| Craftsman 63: Specifics and Generics.|| I was sitting in the observation deck practicing some...|
| 21 Oct 2010|| Danger! Software Craftsmen at Work.|| On October 12, 2010 at QCon David Harvey gave a talk entitled Danger! Software Craftsmen at Work....|
| 17 Oct 2010||The Cost of Code?|| In a panel at #scna yesterday, @chadfowler asked the question: "How many projects fail because of the code?"...|
| 16 Oct 2010|| Be a good one. #scna 2010|| I didn't expect it, but something profound happened at #scna this week....|
| 3 Oct 2010|| The Craftsman 62, The Dark Path.|| "Hey Alphonse," Jerry called as I walked by, "let's do a bit of practice. I've got a kata I'd like to show you."...|
| 24 Sept|| The Hacker, The Novice, The Artist, and The Craftsman.|| In my last blog "Too Small to Refactor", I made the statement...|
|18 Sept 2010|| The Uncertainty Principle, and the Quantum Discontinuity.|| What is the uncertainty principle? Some people think of it as the "Observer Effect", the fact that any time you measure...|
| 17 Sept 2010|| Too Small to Refactor?|| In John MacIntyre's second blog about Clean Code he presented a very simple little payroll calculator,...|
| 9 Sept 2010|| John MacIntyre's Clean Code Experience #1.|| John MacIntyre has written a lovely blog about his first experience with "Clean Code". The change....|
| 24 Aug 2010|| QA or When do you flip a pancake?|| When do you flip a pancake? We know what a good pancake looks like. It's nicely brown on both sides, with...|
| 18 Aug 2010|| Why Clojure?|| I have recently become quite an enthusiast for the language Clojure. But why? Why would someone who has spent the last...|
| 5 July 2010|| Software Calculus - The Missing Abstraction|| The problem of infinity plagued mathematicians for millennia. Consider Xeno’s paradox; the one with Achilles and the tortoise. While it was intuitively clear that Achilles would pass the Tortoise quickly, the algebra...|
|3 June 2010|| TDD in Clojure||OO is a tell-don’t-ask paradigm. Yes, I know people don’t always use it that way, but one of Kay’s original concepts was that objects were like cells in a living creature. The cells in a living creature do not ask any...|
| 2 June 2010|| Orbit in Clojure||I spent the last two days (in between the usual BS) writing a simple orbital simulator in Clojure using Java interop with Swing. This was a very pleasant experience, and I like...|
| 15 May 2010|| Clojure Prime Factors|| Can anyone create a simpler version of prime factors in Clojure?...|
| 28 Apr 2010|| Sufficient Design means Damned Good Design|| @JoshuaKerievsky wrote a blog entitled “Sufficient Design”.|
Josh makes this point...
| 27 Apr 2010||Certification - Don't Waste Your Time!|| As I have said before, there’s nothing particularly wrong with the current mania for certification. If you want to be certified at the cost of a 2-day course, by all means get certified. If you want to certify people for attending your 2-day...|
| 23 Apr 2010 ||The Tricky Bit || I once heard a story about the early days of the Concorde. A british MP was on board for a demonstration flight. As the jet went supersonic he disappointedly commented to one of the designers that it didn’t feel any different at all. The designer beamed and said: “Yes, that was the tricky bit.”...|
| 21 April 2010||The R.E.A.L.I.T.Y. Principles of Agile Software Certification|| As you are probably aware the Scrum Alliance is planning to offer a Certified Scrum Developer program. You can read...|
| 17 April 2010|| The Mayans are Coming!|| This one is just a quickie; too long for a tweet.|
| 15 April 2010||Sapient Testing: The "Professionalism" Meme|| James Bach gave a stirring keynote today at ACCU 2010. He described a vision of testing that our industry sorely needs. Towit: Testing requires sapience.|
| 6 April 2010||20% More Bugs or 20% Less Features?|| People often make the argument that time to market is more important
that quality. I’m not sure just what they mean by that. Do they mean
that it’s ok if 20% of the features don’t work so long as they deliver
quickly? If so, that’s just stupid. Why not develop 20% fewer
features, and develop them well. It seems to me that choosing which 20% you are not going to develop and then choosing
to develop the other 80% to a high standard of quality is a better
management decision than telling the developers to work sloppily.|
| 7 March 2010||Developer Certification WTF?|| It will convince you that we have to do something about the horrible state of software engineering.|
| 1 Feb 2010||Software on the Cheap|| When it comes to software you get what you pay for!|
| 23 Jan 2010 ||Mocking Mocking and Testing Outcomes|| Mocking frameworks have proliferated in recent years and this please Bob!|
| 17 Jan 2010|| Dependency Injection Inversion||Dependency Injection is all the rage!|
| 4 Dec 2009||Saying No!|| If you are a professional, you NEVER allow yourself to be put in the role of the victim. |
| 21 Nov 2009||What's all this Nonsense about Katas?|| There has been an increase in interest in Software Katas of late. What is all this buzz about, and why might it be important?|
| 11 Nov 2009||Archeological Dig|| I was going through some old files today, and I stumbled upon some
acetate slides from 1995. They were entitled: “Managing OO Projects”.
Wow! What a difference fifteen years makes! (Or does it?) ...|
| 5 Nov 2009||Excuse me sir, What planet is this?|| So I apologize to the audience at large, and to Cashto. You should expect better from me.|
| 28 Oct 2009 || Manual Mocking - Resisting the invasion of Dots and Parenthesis.|| The twittersphere has been all abuzz today because of something I tweeted early this morning|
|15 Oct 2009 ||We must ship now and deal with consequences.|| Martin Fowler has written a good blog about technical debt. He suggests that there are two axes of debt: deliberate and prudent. |
| 7 Oct 2009||TDD Derangement Syndrome||My recent blog about TDD, Design Patterns, Concurrency, and Sudoku seemed to draw the ire of a few vocal TDD detractors. Some of these people were rude, insulting, derisive, dismissive, and immature|
| 6 Oct 2009||Echoes from the Stone Age|| The echoes from Joel Spolsky’s Duct Tape blog continue to bounce off the blogosphere and twitterverse. Tim Bray and Peter Seibel have both written responses to Joel, me, and each other.|
| 22 Sept 2009 ||A Mess is not a Technical Debt|| If the customer is looking for a web 2.0 system, then frames just aren’t going to cut it for long.|
| 18 Sept 2009||The CSM Integrity Deficit|| Scott Ambler wrote a blog, and an editorial
about the dirty dealings and desperate deception of the Scrum Alliance
and their slimy certification scam. He rightly points out that the certification means little more than the applicant’s check didn’t bounce.|
| 11 Sept 2009||One Thing: Extract till you Drop|| For years authors and consultants (like me) have been telling us that functions should do one thing. They should do it well. They should do it only.|
| 9 Sept 2009|| Ruining you Test Automation Strategy|| Everybody wants a test automation strategy nowadays. The reason is clear. |
| 11 Aug 2009||Jarvis March in Clojure|| I need your help. |
| 8 Aug 2009|| Using Clojure for Scripting|| Clojure makes a nice language for writing scripts that explore things on the filesystem.|
| 7 Aug 2009||Java Calling Clojure|| While I think Clojure is an interesting language, in order for it to be
of real practical use, I must be able to use it in conjunction with
other systems I am working on.|
| 6 Aug 2009||As the tests get more specific, the code gets more generic.|| As a general rule, good design dictates that the more specific your
requirements become, the more general your code needs to be. |
| 6 Aug 2009||Don't be Lazy about Sequences|| Coding with infinite sequences is very powerful, but also very bizarre.
If you aren’t careful you can get algorithms that work fine, but are
O(N^2) instead of O(N).|
| 5 Aug 2009||Generating Pi in Clojure|| The 150th result (the first two lines of which are accurate)
| 4 Aug 2009||Scenario Tables for FitNesse|| Scenario Tables are a very powerful new feature of FitNesse,
allowing a whole new level of abstraction in the specification of tests.
Scenario tables can be used on any page that uses the Slim test system.|
| 31 Jul 2009||More Clojure from Uncle Bob JSPS|| Thanks to all who posted their solutions to the Bowling Game. Just to
be contrary, I decided to implement yet another kind of solution. This
one clearly shows my OO roots.|
| 19 Jul 2009||Uncle Bob JSPS: Learning Clojure|| I’m trying to learn Clojure, and I’m finding the effort challenging. Perhaps you can help me.|
| 26 June 2009||The Rush|| There’s nothing like the feeling of achievement when you get a complex
software system working. It’s the feeling of the hunter making a hard
fought kill. |
| 20 May 2009||Clean Code and Battle Scarred Architecture|| CRAP is disease at the cellular level. CRAP is a rot so pervasive that it can infest every nook and cranny of the system.|
| 11 May 2009||Why the sea is boiling hot|| We professionals aren’t prefect. We all make mistakes. We recover from those mistakes by owning up to them as mistakes. We do not cover those mistakes by claiming that everyone else is wrong.|
| 25 Apr 2009||The Scatology of Agile Architecture|| If you are working in an Agile team, don’t feel guilty about taking a day or two to think some issues through. Indeed, feel guilty if you don’t take a little time to think things through.|
| 23 Apr 2009 ||Crap Code Inevitable? Rumblings from the ACCU|| I see a future of Clean Code, Craftsmanship, Professionalism, and an overriding imperative for Code Quality.|
| 1 Apr 2009|| Master Craftsman Teams.|| ...in light of the movement towards software craftsmanship, perhaps it’s
time to dust off this old idea and look at it from a different
| 10 Mar 2009|| Let's Hear it for the Zealots!|| What a load of dingoes kidneys!|
| 7 Mar 2009|| Quality: It's alive! It's ALIVE!|| I encourage all of you to read and sign the manifesto, join the
email group, and help bring quality back to life in the software
| 27 Feb 2009|| Whiners that Fail || The acronym is not accidental.|
| 12 Feb 2009|| Getting a SOLID start.|| I am often asked: “How should I get started with SOLID principles?” Given the recent interest and controversy about the issue, it’s probably time I gave a written answer.|
| 6 Feb 2009|| An Open Letter to Joel Spolsky and Jeff Atwood|| Joel, Jeff, Here is an open letter to the two of you that I hope...|
| 3 Feb 2009|| Speed Kills|| Ron Jeffries wrote a wonderful blog about how we kid ourselves that there is a tradeoff between quality and speed. Isn’t there?|
| 10 Jan 2009|| Multi-dimensional Seniority|| I was at a meeting of the Chicago Software Craftsmanship groupObtiva and 8thLight. last night. Dave Hoover and Paul Pagel were talking about the different apprenticeship models at |
| 31 Dec 2008|| Fudge anyone?|| Back in September, when I was just staring the Slim project, I made a crucial architectural decision. I made it dead wrong. And then life turned to fudge…|
| 11 Dec 2008|| Hudson- A Very Quick Demo|| I recently set up Hudson as the continuous integration server for FitNesse....|
| 8 Dec 2008|| How to Guarantee That your Software Will Suck|| I think short-shrifting on tools, monitors, and schedules is stupid.|
| 7 Dec 2008|| The promise of Shalt.|| When writing requirements we often use the word “shall”. |
| 30 Nov 2008|| Automating the Saff Squeeze|| I want the JetBrains and Eclipse people to automate The Saff Squeeze|
| 29 Nov 2008|| Marick's Law|| A month ago I was deep in the throes of shipping the current release of FitNesse. I just wanted to get it done. |
| 27 Nov 2008|| The Truth about BDD|| I really like the concept of BDD (Behavior Driven Development). I think Dan North is brilliant, and had done us all a great service by presenting the concept.|
| 21 Nov 2008|| SLIM Comparison Operators|| This video describes how to use the comparison operators in SLIM.|
| 18 Nov 2008|| SLIM Tutorial|| This is a video overview of the new SLIM test system in the latest release of FitNesse|
| 16 Nov 2008|| Dirty Rotten ScrumDrels|| Stop blaming everything (and everybody) else for your own laziness.|
| 2 Oct 2008|| Slim|| Slim is a new testing front-end and back-end that I’m adding to FitNesse. Here’s what it’s all about.|
| 28 Aug 2008|| There will be code|| THIS is the change that I hope the next thirty years holds for software development.|
| 19 Aug 2008|| Baubles in Orbit|| A nice little demonstration of the Bauble concept.|
| 14 Aug 2008|| Quintessence: The fifth element for the Agile Manifesto|| “Quintessence” was the name of the keynote I gave at the banquet of
Agile 2008. Though the talk covered a lot of ground, the upshot was
that we need an addition to the agile manifesto…|
| 29 July 2008|| Tag: How did I get Started in Software Development|| How I got started in Software Development.|
| 20 July 2008|| Bauble, Bauble...|| I’m thinking about turning Bauble into a rubyforge project, |
| 26 June 2008 || Now 'and' for something completely different.|| We were sitting at the kitchen table, and he showed me a function he was writing. In the midst of the function I saw this:|
| 24 June 2008|| So... You want your code to be maintainable.|| If you want your systems to be flexible, write tests.|
| 8 April 2008|| Clean Code. Whew!|| The Clean Code book is out!|
| 16 Feb 2008||The Quality of TDD|| Kieth Braithwaite has made an interesting observation here. The basic idea is...|
| 10 Jan 2008 || Generated Tests and TDD|| TDD has become quite popular, and many
companies are attempting to adopt it. However, some folks worry that it
takes a long time to write all those unit tests and are looking to
test-generation tools as a way to decrease that burden.|
| 12 Dec 2007|| Business software is Messy and Ugly|| “What do you do when your managers tell you to make a mess?” I
responded: “You don’t take it. Behave like a doctor who’s hospital
administrator has just told him that hand-washing is too expensive, and
he should stop doing it.”|
| 7 Dec 2007|| Thinking about an Appendix|| The stomach pain was a low level annoyance that I was able to ignore for
most of the evening. But it started to get pretty bad round midnight.
By 2AM I threw up and then felt better. So I went back to bed and
slept till morning.|
| 2 Nov 2007|| Active Record vs Objects|| Active Record is a well known data persistence pattern. It has...|
| 21 Oct 2007 || A Rational Plan to Start using SOA|| If you want an SOA, you are going to have to design that SOA.|
| 20 Oct 2007|| Architecture is a Second Order Effect|| We often argue that in order to achieve flexibility, maintainability,
and reusability, it is important to have a good software architecture. |
| 17 Oct 2007|| TDD with Acceptance Tests and Unit Tests||Test Driven Development is one of the most imperative tenets of Agile
Software Development. It is difficult to claim that you are Agile, if
you are not writing lots of automated test cases, and writing them
before you write the code that makes them pass.|
| 3 Oct 2007||SOA, cuts the Gordian Knot --NOT.|| Most software systems are a mess. SOA is not the cure for that mess. Indeed, SOA doesn’t even start to be feasible until the mess has been cleaned up.|
| 3 Oct 2007 || Schools of Thought|| We know there is no single “right” way to write software, and so we tolerate many different opinions and styles. But inside a project it’s chaos.|
| 4 Sept 2007 || Thread Local: A Convenient Abomination.|| ThreadLocal variables confuse the issue of separating function from schedule.|
| 10 July 2007|| The Founding of the Agile Alliance|| Title says it all.|
| 17 May 2007 || The Hidiocy of XML Languages|| |
EMBEDDING THE GRAMMAR OF YOUR DSL IN XML ISSTUPID!!!
DON’T DO IT!!!!!
| 18 April 2007|| Coding Standards|| Coding style is a matter of team pride and team identity. Teams should
be free to adopt their own styles, and to change those styles as the
spirit moves them.|
| 11 April 2007 || What is SOA, really? || There are things in a business that don’t change very often. They often represent a huge part of the business. We’ll call these things the _core business functions.|
| 11 Feb 2007 || Testin GUIs Part II: JSP || Test virtually any static web page, or portion thereof outside of a container, and without a webserver running.|
| 11 Feb 2007|| Dependency Management: HtmlUnit|| When building an API think about dependency management and don't share more than is needed.|
| 8 Feb 2007|| Jasper: Problem resolved? || After digging around in the Jasper source code, and fiddling hither and
yon Bob found the solution. |
| 4 Feb 2007|| Jasper: The Saga Continues.|| |
| 3 Feb 2007|| Ant, JspC, and Other Horrors|| Mishmatch between the tag processing libraries? Generated code that's hideous to read because of a subtle problem?|
| 1 Feb 2007|| Specs vs. Tests|| |
| 26 Jan 2007|| Going Fast|| Are quick and dirty solutions really quick? |
| 21 Jan 2007|| Private vs Protected|| Why make a field private since privacy ruins extensibility?|
| 13 Jan 2007|| Testin GUIs Part I: RoR. || Testing GUIs is one of the the holy grails of Test Driven Develoment (TDD).|
| 6 Jan 2007|| Money Format WTF || Beck’s rule: Never let the sun set on bad code.|
| 4 Jan 2007 ||Web Death by Strings || The web is hell for programming.|
| 21 Dec 2006 || The Need For Speed || Getting it done under pressure.|
| 20 Dec 2006 || I got tired and debugged!|| When you find you must debug, it’s time to get help or go home.|
|20 Dec 2006
||The horrible state of Dates in the Java standard library.
|5 Dec 2006
||If you own a Mac, you need to get this game.
|26 Oct 2006
||Abstract Factory by Daniel T
||Another "story" about Abstract Factory.
|20 Oct 2006
||The Hungarian Abhorrence Principle
||Denoting data type in variable names implies a design flaw.
|18 Oct 2006
||Egad! I am tempted to denote type in my ruby variable names!
|18 Oct 2006
|15 Oct 2006
||P2M2: Pair Programming Maturity Model
||Pairing is useful, but...
|29 Sep 2006
||All the "Crafstman" columns, including some that never made it to print.
|6 Sep 2006
||Math in a computer is not the same as math on paper.
|5 Sep 2006
||Convex Hull Timing
||More on the preformance of computational geometry."
|4 Sep 2006
||Joel on Ruby
||Joel says: "No! Don't do it!"
|2 Sep 2006
||The Yes and No Game
||A fun game to play with preschoolers, with a twist.
|1 Sep 2006
||Untested Code is the Dark Matter of Software
||Another response to Cedric
|1 Sep 2006
||The Danger of Mock Objects
||A response to Cedric
|31 Aug 2006
||Making Messes in Ruby
|30 Aug 2006
||I wish I had a refactoring tool in Ruby!
|28 Aug 2006
||Comparing the Speed of Java, C++, and Ruby
||A simple benchmark with some surprises
|26 Aug 2006
||An astronomy lecture, and a best man's toast.
|25 Aug 2006
||The Perverse Nature of Performance Tuning
||It never works exactly the way you think.
|18 Aug 2006
||SRP in Ruby
||The Single Responsibility Principle in Ruby
|17 Aug 2006
||An issue with making Ruby code clean.
|14 Aug 2006
|13 Aug 2006
||I've just started reading the (beta) Agile Web Development in Railsß
|2 Aug 2006
||Green Wrist Band
||Get your own!
|12 Jun 2006
||Agile People Still Don't Get It
||Response to a rant by Cedrick.
|10 Jun 2006
||Roman Numerals and Link Farmers
||Ever more security measures.
|10 Jun 2006
||An attitude of development.
|8 Jun 2006
||Mac Book Pro Comic
||More on a sweet machine.
|20 May 2006
||Mac Book Pro
||A sweet machine.
|8 Apr 2006
||Wading through Code
||Get your hip-boots on.
|23 Mar 2006
||New Java Enums are Cool
||I have found the new Java Enums to be more than just curiosities.
|20 Mar 2006
||Architecture is a secondary effect.
||Architecture is important to keeping a system flexible, changeable, malleable. But it's a secondary effect.
|15 Feb 2006
||Clean Code: Args.
||An article about professionalism, craftsmanship, and refactoring.
|19 Jan 2006
||The Prime Directive of Agile Development.
||At the heart of the Agile movement there is a central theme: 'Never Be Blocked'
|7 Jan 2006
||Agile means you never have so meet your deadlines.
||A common myth
|30 Dec 2005
||Documenation is not evil, and is not anathema to Agile.
|1 Dec 2005
|17 Nov 2005
||Microsoft's notion of TDD.
|8 Nov 2005
||More on the wonderfully twisted subtype relationships of generics.
|5 Nov 2005
||Is a list of circles a list of shapes?
||Of the wonderfully twisted subtype relationships of lists.
|26 Oct 2005
||Does Visual Studio Rot the Mind?
||A truly wonderful article (talk) by Charles Petzold
|25 Oct 2005
||A pleasant combination of refactorings using IntelliJ[?] (and Eclipse?)
|19 Oct 2005
||Analysis vs. Design
||The difference between "what" and "how".
|10 Oct 2005
||Frackin' Variable Naming Contest
||Please help me figure out what the name of this variable should be.
|7 Oct 2005
||The Bastard Child
||Are unit tests the bastard child? How well do we treat them?
|6 Oct 2005
||The Three Rules of TDD
||Test Driven Development is driven by three simple rules.
|5 Oct 2005
||The Sensitivity Problem
||Software is very sensitive to error. Others have solved this problem.
|5 Sep 2005
||Palm Life Drive Premature?
||Elegant, cute, not ready for prime time.
|30 Aug 2005
||How to pronounce binary numbers.
|27 Aug 2005
||World Weary XPers
||Purity, Stridence, or just being Right?
|27 Aug 2005
||Joel on XP (Again)
|25 July 2005
||The Agile Test
||A set of questions I asked during my Agile 2005 Keynote.
|24 Jun 2005
||The Prime Factors Kata
||Another Kata exploring a simple algorithm with rich implications.
|23 Jun 2005
||The Bowling Game Kata
||A complete Kata worked out in tiny little steps.
|20 Jun 2005
||The Coding Dojo
||A programming metaphor from the domain of martial arts.
|11 May 2005
||Principles of OOD
||Eleven principles of object oriented design.
|10 May 2005
||Empirical vs. Analytical Analysis
||A simple example showing the interplay between empirical and analytical analysis
|30 Apr 2005
||Visitor vs. instanceof
||When should you use Visitor, Acyclic Visitor, and instanceof
|26 Mar 2005
||Conformance To Plan
||Why is conformance to plan such a big deal? Especially since we almost never do.
|18 Mar 2005
||Joel and Eckel On XP
||How can two such credible people come away with two such different views?
|13 Mar 2005
||Brain Surgery Guides
||A Metaphor for Acceptance Tests.
|3 Mar 2005
||Just 10 Minutes without a Test
||I lapsed for ten minutes. I paid the price.
|24 Feb 2005
||Why do junior developers always argue that quality takes time?
|21 Feb 2005
||The Next Big Thing
||The next big thing that will capture the industry's attention
|7 Feb 2005
||Making long term sweeping architecture changes incremenally
|8 Jan 2005
||Stable Dependencies Fixture
||Yet another fixture to complement the JDepend suite of FitNesse[?] fixtures.
|5 Jan 2005
||Module Metrics Fixture
||A new fixture to complement the Module Dependencies Fixture in my previous blog
|23 Dec 2--4
||The JDepend Fixture
||Merry Christmas Everyone. Here's a free gift for you all.
|7 Dec 2004
||Who ARE these people?
|22 Nov 2004
||Home Computer of the Future
||Is this a fraud?
|9 Nov 2004
||Singleton vs. Just Create One
||The case against rampant use of the Singleton pattern
|23 Sep 2004
||The Web: Welcome to the 70's
||Feeling sorry for myself.
|31 Aug 2004
||A Wonderful Race Condition
||A cool discussion about an obscure technical detail.
|31 Aug 2004
||Another Tortoise and Hare rant.
|21 Aug 2004
||Skepticism Leads to Understanding
||A rant about something or other.
|5 Aug 2004
||I use Visitor all the time
||A defense of the poor Visitor pattern.|
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