July in Sweden is a month when almost everyone (except me) is on vacation and Sweden
takes a break for a while. However working during this period is actually pretty sweet.
I get time to do things I been putting off all year, all those low priority issues.
OK, so it’s quite depressing to when all your friends are on holiday. Anyway started
writing a blog post about a TDD revelation I had a while ago, but me and w.bloggar did
not see eye to eye on when a save should occur so I lost it :(. So I’ll have to start
over. Meanwhile here’s a few things that crossed my path in the last few weeks.
- OfficeGuns.com – hilarious
site on how to build your own pen gun with laser sight out of stuff laying around
Testing Feasibility Matrix – Roy Osherove wrote this
post on different approaches for getting legacy code under tests. Interesting!
Personally I think the ”Dependency Oriented Incentive” approach is the best. But I
got to say I usually chicken out because of the massive initial work effort and start
with the easy parts.
EAP for ReSharper 2.0 started – grab your copy here!
- Konfabulator is now free!
- Nini Configuration Framework –
released in version 1.0. Haven’t tried it yet but it seems pretty nifty.