Monthly Archives: November 2008

Laws of Software Development

Post by Scott Vlaminck

Nat Pryce has compiled a list of Laws of Software Development (and an addendum). I hadn’t seen all of them before, but I enjoyed the entire list. Some of my personal favorites: Brooks’ Law … adding manpower to a late … Continue reading

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Spending time in nature is good for the brain

Post by Scott Vlaminck

Jonah Lehrer discusses the results of a new study that confirms what Thoreau already knew: Spending time in nature is good for the brain. I think the study is interesting, but I’m not alone in having already been a believer … Continue reading

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Sumatra: Javascript testing framework in Groovy

Post by Scott Vlaminck

About six months ago, Jesse and I were talking about how much Javascript code we had been writing and how it would be nice to have better (or any) test coverage of that code. I had used Selenium a little … Continue reading

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