Month: March 2007

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.

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…

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…

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…

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…