http://blog.codepipes.com/testing/software-testing-antipatterns.htm The above article talks about some anti-patterns in tests, personally I agree most of them especially anti-pattern on “Treating TDD as a religion”.
A few months ago, my wife had long complained about her back pain and has given the ultimatum, we needed to buy a new mattress or I will have a very bad relationship. There were quite a few ads popped up in facebook for a while, and at that time I couldn’t even distingue Ecosa… Read More »
“In our industry, every technology generates what I call a “galaxy.” These galaxies feature stars but also black holes; meteoric changes that fade in the night, many planets, only a tiny fraction of which harbour some kind of life, and lots of cosmic dust and dark matter. Examples of galaxies are, for example, .NET, Cocoa, Node.js,… Read More »
Was thinking of a primary school classmate, typed in the name and returned a lot of result of various people, wonder what shows up now if I type in my Chinese name? (Yes I have done it before, years ago) And results are some PHP Dokuwiki plugins I wrote 9 years ago! Like… https://www.dokuwiki.org/plugin:tablemath, and this https://www.dokuwiki.org/plugin:autoincludeindex,… Read More »
After been through some tutorials of Laravel, it’s quite obvious that Django pwns Laravel in any day (if you know Python). There are a lot of manual process in Laravel that Django would have made it so easy, note this is not the same “black magic” that Laravel provides. Python vs PHP Since I am… Read More »
During the last day of Christmas break I’ve spent a few hours trying to pick up Laravel again, from the beginning. I remember I blogged about Laravel back in 2016 (time flies!), and reading them again, I am surprised that what I thought back in 2016 still applies today. Today I am going to talk… Read More »