29 Jul 2005
English events: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1977
Just replace the last part of the URL by the year you want:
I think Thomas might be interested since he's born the same year as me ;-)
Update: "John Travolta discoed in Saturday Night Fever" cool!
22 Jul 2005
XP is a distillation of learning; a bunch of ideas that have proven helpful. Rather than telling someone "what to do",
I deeply agree with the fact that no methodology is the silver bullet, solutions highly depend on context. You can only use those different methodologies as "advises" and see for yourself if your work gets done faster and better...
It was surprising to hear that
May be it's time for me to buy the "holy bible" of XP: XP Explain 2nd edition...
But filling my week-ends with the reading of those kinds of books isn't something I'm enthousiaste with at the moment...
May be later then :)
Interesting article: "Painting the picture" from Rachel Davies.
I do think that even if we are engineer, our everyday's job is more like craftsman (just as the pragmatic programmers said it)
I also liked that picture because it makes me think of program I've encountered during my "short" working life and even program I made :(
21 Jul 2005
At first I thougth: "It must be a joke", it looks like a 3 year old boy did it...
But it seems serious, there's even a book about it!
Well I don't think I'll give it a try but it's nice to know such a thing exist...
19 Jul 2005
Parasoft Jtest® 7.0 with Test Case Sniffer?I can't see how a program can decide if a method that return false for example is the correct beheavior.
Automates Java unit testing & code compliance. Auto-generates JUnit test cases from a running application. Tests individual classes or large, complex applications.
It can test if some part of the program throws exception but it seems to me it needs human interaction to decide which behavior is correct or not...
18 Jul 2005
7 Jul 2005
Because of this post of Janne.
You know, seeing open source projects like Daisy make me just want to stop JSPWiki development altogether. It's simply just too good, and I feel like there's no way I can compete.Looking at the daisy documentation:
required: a MySQL database: version 4.0.20 or higher, or version 4.1.7 or higher required
I really like the fact that I only need a JVM and Tomcat (which I always have already installed on my machine) to run a wiki.
For that JSPWiki is still my favorite...
I'll try daisy and post a blog entry one of this day.
- ca_ ES Catalan SPAIN
- fo_ FO Faroese FAROE ISLANDS
- eu_ ES Basque SPAIN
- gv_ GB Manx Gaelic UNITED KINGDOM
- kl_ GL Greenlandic GREENLAND
- kn_ IN Kannada INDIA
- ps_ IN Pashto, Pushto INDIA