Monthly Archives: September 2009

Bickering about unit testing

Doubts on the effectiveness of unit testing Unit testing has entered the programming mainstream with XUnit packages and derivations of them. They are available for all mainstream programming languages. It is not normal today shipping an OSS project without any … Continue reading

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Choosers and ChooserMixins in C++ and Python

Chooser Objects From time to time I’m amazed to find a simple algorithm which seemed to be a low hanging fruit which was just overlooked. In this particular case it is about generating and utilizing test data in a both … Continue reading

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Python – Hibernate – Jynx

Jynx 0.4 goes Hibernate In Jynx 0.4 JPA/Hibernate annotations are supported. Although this is still work in progress some of the more complex nested annotations were tested as well as Hibernate extension annotations which cannot be single-name imported along with … Continue reading

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