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What every developer should know about testing - part 3

For the pyVmomi folks in a hurry, this video covers the big shift in the project and the code from the video is here. This week I'll finally dig into some detail on fixture-based testing. Summary If you don't bother reading more from...Show More Summary

PHP News You May Have Missed – July 2014 - Bruno Škvorc

A handful of news cropped up again that didn’t really get the attention they deserved, so I’ll use this opportunity to rehash some of them and explain others. The “news” here are usually less than brand new - instead, they’re bits of...Show More Summary

What every developer should know about testing - part 2

The short version of this post: pyVmomi contributions from this point forward will be required to follow this pattern. They include a fixture based unit test build around vcrpy.Note: While these posts are python specific, the techniques I advocate are not. Show More Summary

Big Structure: At The Nexus of Knowledge Bases, the Semantic Web and Artificial Intelligence

An approach using semantic technologies and artificial intelligence tools will begin to solve the data integration puzzle. By leveraging background knowledge, we will begin to extend into data interoperability. Purposeful attention to...Show More Summary

Shifting gears – interview with Jonathan Freeman ASC

When I first spoke with the cinematographer Jonathan Freeman ASC in late 2011, it was primarily about his work on feature films. Since then he has worked on a number of HBO television productions, including “Game of Thrones” and “Boardwalk Empire”. Show More Summary

Java Posse #456

Roundup ‘14 - Inspire Me Fully formatted shownotes can always be found at Scala by the Bay conference, August 8th and 9th in San Francisco, CA. There will also be several training courses offered around the conference...Show More Summary

What every developer should know about testing - part 1

The short version of this blog post is that this week and next week on pyVmomi will be spent on radically improved testing code and processes. This testing process will become part of the commit cycle. And, it's about damn time. Once...Show More Summary

As the Web Grows, Do Browser Makers Wield Too Much Power?

Do you ever take a step back and look at how central the web is to your life? For some people, it's an always connected, ever present adjunct to their actual consciousness. Futurists like Ray Kurzweil even predict that we will eventually...Show More Summary

pyVmomi and the road to Python3 - part 3

The Good News It works! And without major surgery!I currently have a working branch of the pyVmomi code base that runs on python 3.x interpreters. We are working to get this version usable under Python 2.6, 2.7, 3.3, and 3.4 as well and hope to post on that next week. Show More Summary

Hanselman's Newsletter of Wonderful Things: June 2nd, 2014

I have a "whenever I get around to doing it" Newsletter of Wonderful Things. Why a newsletter? I dunno. It seems more personal somehow. Fight me. You can view all the previous newsletters here. You can sign up here to the Newsletter of Wonderful Thingsor just wait and get them some weeks later on the blog, which hopefully you have subscribed to. Show More Summary

Java EE 7 and more on WebLogic 12.1.3

It isn't absurd to say that most (if not all) Java EE developers are looking for a way to build new projects with the Java EE 7 platform. And if you happen to be a developer working for a WebLogic customer, then you will likely be interested...Show More Summary

Java Posse #455

Roundup ‘14 - Guava Fully formatted shownotes can always be found at Scala by the Bay conference, August 8th and 9th in San Francisco, CA. There will also be several training courses offered around the conference...Show More Summary

Android and New Device Types to Share Spotlight at Google I/O

The Google I/O conference begins today, and it's already clear from advance notice on the sessions and discussion topics that Android and new device types for Google's platforms will share the spotlight at the event. Traditionally, there are many open source sessions and tracks at Google I/O and this time shouldn't be any different. Show More Summary

Things in the era of dematerialization

As we clear out the house in order to move west, we’re processing a vast accumulation of things. This morning I hauled another dozen boxes of books from the attic, nearly all of which we’ll donate to the library. Why did I haul them up there in the first place? We brought them from our […]

Mozilla Delivers Built-in HTML5 App Development Tool for Firefox

If you work with web content at all, you're probably familiar with doing debugging and content editing directly from within a browser. If you're a Firefox user, you may also be very familiar with tools such as Firebug, which lets you do extensive debugging and development from within Firefox. Show More Summary

Documentation is live

This week I've been dealing with documentation for pyVmomi. I decided to go with the Google Python Documentation standard for this current set of docs because the Google standard is very human readable and renders reasonably well in GitHub. Show More Summary

Your Editor should Encourage You

I love to code as much as the next developer. I even professed my love in a keynote once. And judging by the fact that you're reading this blog, I bet you love to code too. But in the immortal words of that philosopher, Pat Benatar, Love is a battlefield. There are times when writing code is drudgery. Show More Summary

Turning it off and on again

In The Internet of Things That Used To Work Better I whined about rebooting my stove. This morning I was stuck outside a hotel room waiting for “engineering” to come and reboot the door. It eventually required a pair of technicians, Luis and Kumar, who jiggled and then replaced batteries (yes, it’s a battery-operated door), […]

Thinktecture.IdentityManager as a replacement for the ASP.NET WebSite Administration tool

In ASP.NET 2005 (v2 timeframe) there was a web-based tool called ASP.NET Website Administration tool that folks could use the edit users and generally administer the ASP.NET Membership database. This useful tool was removed in 2012 and is still missed. Show More Summary

How Thali could make the Smallest Federated Wiki even smaller

Thanks to my friend Mike Caulfield, an educational technologist who’s been digging into Ward Cunningham’s Smallest Federated Wiki, I’ve now got a much clearer idea of how and why SFW and Thali ought to play together. Mike’s recent series...Show More Summary

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