I’m not a regular ebay user, either from the buying or selling side but I recently had cause to attempt to sell an item on ebay and the experience was such a calamitous combination of frustration and fraud that it takes almost no effort at all to confidently claim I will never use it again. It’s broken, and needs to be fixed.
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San Francisco is a Fruit Fly
Following my earlier post about the virtues of IntelliJ as a (Java) software development environment, it seems Google have finally concluded the same.
How Python Made A Mockery Of Me
A gotcha when generating code coverage with mocks in Python
I’m a Java guy originally but lately I’ve been rolling up my sleeves and wrestling some pythons. Despite some early “crybabyness” that I didn’t like the environment and that I wasn’t alone, things soon settled into a rhythm that seemed to be working, until I got mocked.
Aristotle Would Have Used Intellij
Aristotle is famously recognized with the quote, “The whole is greater than the sum of its parts”, but surprisingly it appears he may have been talking about software.
The Big Shift
There’s a problem with the way most companies, and technology companies in particular, are doing business. It’s not a new problem and it’s a problem we thought we had already solved, but it turns out we didn’t. The problem is getting things done on time.