Monthly Archives: July 2009

Adebayor Misgivings

I love how Emmanuel Adebayor is having misgivings about his potential move to Manchester City.  It shows that sometimes “it’s not all about the money”.  From a financial perspective, this is a no-brainer.  He’ll be making more than double what … Continue reading

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Refactoring Sans Automated Tests

A good blog posting on the need for tests while refactoring. IMO, automated tests are just a must.  Manual tests (except in really small applications) don’t provide the coverage needed to ensure that refactorings did not break existing functionality.

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Ruby on Rails on Linux

Being a Windows developer by day, it’s been interesting installing RoR on my Linux workstation.  Granted, it didn’t take a long time (and I love a good technical challenge) but launching a terminal and using a combination of “apt-get” and … Continue reading

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Adebayor Goals

via Arsenal Action. I personally think he’s nowhere close to fulfilling his potential, but I doubt he’ll do it at Arsenal.  If he really wants to leave, they should let him go.

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Enough Already!

The post below is outdated because I actually forgot to publish it.  Maybe it has something to do with writing it in the wee hours of Sunday morning.  Anyway, the US subsequently lost to Brazil (3-2) in the worst way … Continue reading

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