Da Vinci kept to-do lists too

Linked on Nov 23 at 21:50

I like to-do lists. Every day I’m either making one or maintaining one. I don’t trust my brain to remember lists, so I write them down. Big whoop, you say, and so do I. Lists are nothing special. And yet, many people don’t take advantage of lists and instead keep their to-do items in their … Read more

I redesigned my site for the future!

Nov 8, 2011

For years my personal site has been an embarrassment. I avoided writing new posts so I wouldn’t have to link to them, its design was that bad. Having quit my job last month, I spent some time working on a design I could be proud of. Last Friday I silently launched that design.

This new … Read more

Eradicating Non-Determinism in Tests

Linked on Apr 14 at 21:06

I hate non-deterministic tests, which is why I strive for a completely fresh testing environment for each and every test. In-memory databases make this much easier (and faster). Python makes it easy to construct file-like objects for tests instead of relying on files on a filesystem. When testing an application which must hit the filesystem, … Read more

On My Mind

I've disabled use of my work's HTTP proxy in favour of HTTPS for reasons of productivity. Many of you have HTTPS sites which need fixing.

Tweeted on Aug 14 at 11:16

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