Monthly Archives: December 2012

No-nonsense ASCII chart

There are a lot of ASCII charts floating around the Internet.  However all of them seem to have a few fundamental problems:  They include the whole ASCII set in the chart and cram too much information of each char, making … Continue reading

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Android Torture

Okay, this is my first rant post.  It’s 5:30 in the morning and I’m writing a blog post thanks to my new-and-shiny Samsung Galaxy S3. I was recently force-upgraded from my Nokia E7 because its USB-adapter broke off – again.  … Continue reading

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Documenting Cucumber steps

One of the great things in Cucumber testing is that as you go along, you start to accumulate ready step definitions, which makes writing new tests even faster.  Several times I’ve actually been surprised that a definition for a step … Continue reading

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