Over the last couple of weeks, I’ve been experimenting with Property Based Testing. While I’m probably doing it “wrong” by many definitions, I’m finding it useful enough that I’m adding it to my testing toolbox.
Now, suppose you could access those private fields effortlessly and easily. How valuable would that be to you?
NUnit 3 recently released and if you’ve picked it up you’ve probably already found that there are several changes between version 3 and version 2.
If you haven’t, here are some highlights:
Recently someone asked me where the business rules should go in an MVC framework. The Model or the Controller?
This reminded me of a post I wrote when ASP.NET MVC was first released.
But today I want to cover a broader topic common to everyone, not just programmers. Not being able to think outside the box.
I had this thought this past week that we tend to believe that if we are in motion, we are accomplishing something. That being busy somehow equals being productive. And then I started thinking about how this is almost universal. It doesn’t just impact how we program, which I’ll get to eventually, but it impacts all of our life. Continue reading “The Fallacy of Motion”