Archive for category Software Development
Here’s a bit of code to create a sequence of random elements of a desired length, initialized from another sequence.
So the other day I was perusing through some of the RFCs, and came across RFC 1808. It’s called “Relative Uniform Resource Locators.” Of particular interest is section 2.4.3, “Parsing the Network Location/Login,” which says something like: “Hey, remember the last time you were creating a web application that needed to run in both HTTP […]
Last year, I wrote about speeding up django unit tests. With this method, I’ve been able to significantly reduce the time it takes to run my unit tests. But I still have a real short attention span. If anything, it’s shorter than it was last year. I also have an additional problem: I tend to […]
A couple weeks ago I tried to setup Aptana on my Mac, but was quite disappointed to find out that whenever I used Subversion, the JVM would crash. It took a while, but this morning I narrowed down the problem. The JavaHL native client for Subclipse adapter was blowing up the JVM. In retrospect, I […]
For whatever reason, periodically I find myself wanting an electronic stopwatch. No fancy features, just a start button and elapsed time. Several months ago I found one, but I lost it and it didn’t do what I wanted anyway. Fortunately, I have mad C# skills, so I pounded one out a few months ago. Download […]
Up until now my favorite operator was probably the ternary operator. Not that I’ve spent a lot of time thinking about it. It is kinda weird to have a favorite operator, I suppose. But hey, strange things happen to the minds of people who write software for a living.