There’s an old saw in certain segments of the programming world that sometimes it’s way better to use a short name for a variable. The classic example is a loop index. You get a loop that looks like this: ComplexObject … Continue reading →
The problem I had with CodeRush turns out to have been caused by an overlooked Continue While statement. Sorry about that, DevExpress. I’ll hand it to them, they are a good bunch for paying attention to their users. I’d only … Continue reading →
The answer to my coloring quandary in a previous problem turns out to have been solved reasonably easily. I started looking at checkResult to see what was around and I saw that I had access to the TestResults class. Victory! … Continue reading →
I figured out how to do what I needed to do with my Excel sheet testing. This is pretty hacky, but it works (kind of – more on this later), and better yet it’s pretty simple, which to my mind … Continue reading →
I’ve been drawing a lot lately. This is (most of) the result. Most of the “pencil” sketches (the ones that are smooth and clean because they were actually digital sketches on a Galaxy Note II) were drawn while in line for food at the movies, so I had to render them in about 15-30 seconds. […]
Got this in the mail today for my pre-nascent game company, Perfect Minute Games.
You know nothing, Mike Burton. That’s what my head has been telling me for weeks now. I have been trying to dot all the I’s and cross all the T’s, but every dot pierces a hole and every cross tears a slash in the substrate of our mortgage environment. The system is set up in […]