Monthly Archives: March 2007

Mail.App, GPGMail bundle and unread bit

I seemed to always have a problem with the unread bit getting “forgotten” on Mail.app. I thought it was a bug on Apple’s product but apparently the bug is actually on the GPGMail bundle. Here is how to fix it.

By |March 27th, 2007|Mac|8 Comments

Linux "Get a Mac"Spoof Videos

These are pretty funny.. Novell releases Get a Mac spoofs The first video plays off the Win/Mac rivalry and pokes fun at how the industry often ignores Linux and its surprising (to some) user base size. The second video is arguably funnier, as it does a great job of poking fun at the way MS […]

Blogging with TextMate

Who would have known? I’ve been using TextMate for a while now, and now I find out that you can use it to post blogs. I guess you learn something new every day. here’s the movie on how to use it. technorati tags: textmate, blogging tools

Agile Chronicles Blog: A few good managers

This is awesome..

Development: “You want answers?”
Marketing: “I think we are entitled to them!”
Development: “You want answers?!”
Marketing: “I want the truth!”
Development: “You can’t handle the truth!!!
Son, we live in a world that requires software. And that software must be built by people with elite skills. Who’s going to build it? You, Mr. Marketing? You, Mr. […]

On the topic of assertions

Every assertion should be thought from the standpoint of

What was expected
What actually happened

Translation: assertTrue should always, always have a message.

Consider the following:

assertTrue(mv.getViewName()
.startsWith(myController.getSuccessView()));

This will only return “assertion failed”. Which is great, but how do we know what happened? If this is buried on one of the lunt automated remote builds, how […]