Hi everybody – we’ve been having this conversation for 20 years already, but I stumbled across a bit of code today, and I just have to say it again: Please don’t use the database in your unit test unless there is a good reason.
While visiting the Play Framework website, I noticed a new banner in the top right corner. Perhaps “new” isn’t correct – I’ve been almost exclusively in Node.js and Rails land for the past 6 months, so I might be behind the times on this one. Following the links takes us
I feel like 2013 holds a lot of data analysis for me, so I’d like to start the year off by learning a language that excels at statistical analysis and visualization. Enter R, a language that has gotten quite popular over the past few years. In the interest of expanding
I really like the library for doing oAuth in Java. It uses a fluent API, a very slim dependency structure, and is ready to use in android apps. So, when I needed to connect to Digg’s API for a Java app, I looked at Scribe first. Unfortunately, Scribe doesn’t support