Month: February, 2008

The Best Unit Testing Resources: Beginner to Expert

Software development is a bit like religion. People tend pick a side, and there they stay; sometimes for life. Each sect has certain accepted beliefs, and to consider ideas outside these is heresy. Because of this, it’s extremely tough to get a lot of developers in agreement about something. And when this does happen, you […]

Switching editors is just as hard as switching languages

I’d been a vim user for about a year when I started learning lisp. In the free lisp IDE world, there’s pretty much only one player, and that’s emacs (with SLIME). Writing lisp in vim can certainly be done, but it doesn’t compare to the integration available in emacs. Lisping in vim is destined to […]