Monthly Archives: September 2009

Alt.Net Evangelism And What We Could Do Better

If we assume our goal as the Alt.Net community is to improve software development as a whole, we’re doing a pretty bad job.  Not that many people have even heard of the concepts we espouse, and those that have but … Continue reading 

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Playing With Haskell

My tech book club is starting to look at Haskell. I’m as big of a language addict as anyone so I wanted to dive in early and this is the overview of what I’ve found so far Statically Typed But … Continue reading 

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Simple BDD/TDD

Todays theory is most tests and specs should be very short (2-3 lines), have at most a setup for context establishment, avoid the majority of test framework features as they should be used as an exception and not as a … Continue reading 

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