Just to try it out I tried to get Uploadify to work in my public_html folder. I set it up according to the guidelines in the docs/example and ran. It returned success but the file wasn’t uploaded. My first debug idea was to add an alert to the onError event. It wasn’t triggered. My second […]
Last week I worked on some integration tests in Selenium. Today I’m redoing the same test in WatiN to get a feel for both tools. Since the application uses TinyMCE for most of it’s text inputs I had to find a way to write to it within the tests. With Selenium Nick Bartlett had a […]
I want to have our Selenium tests to run automatically the same way as our other NUnit tests does. This means that I want to have the Selenium Server started automatically before running the test cases. I started by downloading the Selenium RC and unzipped it to C:SeleniumSelenium-RC I created a .NET project where I […]
Update: I uploaded my version of AutoFocus to Google Code. I’m building a photo blog to show mostly panoramas using WordPress with the AutoFocus plugin. It works fine but I had one issue. My panoramas are often in 8:1 (width-height) proportions. When I scale the images it means that I get images that are about […]
I’ve just made the logo for Pair Programming Timer The clock is based on an old Tango icon. Download the logo as SVG.
I’ve read up on some pair programming research. Here is the different papers I’ve read. With a short description for each. Strengthening the Case for Pair-Programming They compare results from professional developers working with and without pair programming and teams at the university doing both pair programming and non pair programming. In all cases pair […]
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Coding QA Podcast – Episode 30 Pair Testing Pair testing makes you more open to think about the customer and corner cases You increase creativity by helping each other to see new solutions If you are having a bad day there will be someone helping you out You’ll be more effective pair programming Important to […]
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SEAGRID was a 50 person student project for the fourth semester at the IT University of Göteborg. We built a distributed system for an automated harbor with toys controlled by software.