I've always been and advocate for intentionally ignoring the DRY (Don't Repeat Yourself) rule when writing tests if it makes the tests easier to understand. I've even (repeatably) said that some duplication might actually be a good thing when writing tests.
Go for C# developers: the foreach is not what it seem to be
If you are learning Go you know there is no foreach nor while in Go - just for with a few different ways of setting it up. There is a nice gotcha if you are doing what you think is a foreach though.
Posted by cellfish at 06:19 No comments:
Preventing cross-site request forgery (CSRF)
Since I stumbled over a pretty good introduction to what CSRF is I figured it was worth a few lines.
Posted by cellfish at 06:12 No comments:
Kanban and rants
Since I apparently got carried away blogged a lot in August 2008 I have to pick a few of the more interesting posts from that month and see if there is any update to be made. I guess that also means that by definition the things I don't mention today are not that interesting any more...
Posted by cellfish at 06:05 No comments:
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