João Almeida: How about to update my CV? That sounds like a good idea (via Twitter / João Almeida)
As novas cores do Glorioso
“Ah e tal… Camisolinhas cor-de-rosinha…” Está tudo explicado aqui! (via Águia Real)
João Almeida: RhinoMocks has a different way of defining expectations tham DotNetMock… Damn! How do I define an expectation for a void method call?… (via Twitter / João Almeida)
João Almeida: It’s official! I’m changing “my” mock object framework, from now on all my unit testing will use RhinoMocks (via Twitter / João Almeida)
João Almeida: Robert Scoble has a pretty interesting way of handling his huge rss feed list: http://www.viddler.com/explore/masterlock77/videos/1/ (via Twitter / João Almeida)
Convert integer to and from an Enum instance
Enums are a neat feature in .Net 2.0 that allows a developer to define domain specific constraints, instead working with generic, and error prone, constants. But when working with external sources such as a database or a web service (you can get that enum is generated into the web service’s WSDL, but sometimes that’s not the case) it’s convenient to work with a base type like an integer. ...
Ububtu's #1 bug!!!! →
Now that’s sense of humor…
Some more late night work
My line of duty often forces me to spend some nights at work, something that happens more usual than I do. The bright side of it is that I have the office all by my own. (via TemujinPhoto|Blog)
As novas cores do campeão
via campeaobenfica (via Águia Real)
Through the impressed eyes
My buddy m0rph3u has just started a new blog where he shares his passion for photography with the rest of the world. His first posts were dedicated to photography in China, showing the work of artists like Rong Rong and Liu Zheng. Through the impressed eyes Powered by ScribeFire. (via temujin, the fabulous freak…)
João Almeida: checkin m0rph3u’s new blog at http://throughimpressedeyes.blogspot.com/ (via Twitter / João Almeida)
Through the impressed eyes →
Visual reflections, by Pedro Reis
…e é tudo o que somos
e é tudo o que somos o passado o seu reflexo no presente & as decisões do futuro lançámos os dados e peões saltámos de casa em casa ganhando perdendo neste tabuleiro de carne & osso quando chegar à casa de partida quero ver tudo queimado atrás de mim …/. (via :phoetry:)
João Almeida: Having a “My Name Is Earl” marathon (via Twitter / João Almeida)
Berardo o Bravo
Joe Berardo, teve esta semana duas atitudes dignas de um grande Benfiquista: Tentou comprar 60% das acções da SAD do Benfica para garantir que ninguém prejudicava o Benfica; Pagou com outros investidores um estudo que mostra que Alcochete é a melhor localização para o novo Aeroporto, garantindo desta forma aviões a voar sobre a Academia Verde de dia e de noite; Isto chama-se garantir um...
Dark path →
against censhorship, originally uploaded by t3mujin. Something’s going on in Flickr world, something we were used to seeing just in countries like China. If your Yahoo! ID is based in Singapore, Germany, Hong Kong or Korea you will only be able to view safe content based on your local Terms of Service so won’t be able to turn SafeSearch off. In other words that means, that german users can...
João Almeida: Having no luck with Safari for windows… (via Twitter / João Almeida)
post office →
externally lit →
Safari running on my Windows XP!
Apple released the latest version of its widely acclaimed browser Safari, but this time with a twist: a Windows compatible version with some pretty ambitious claims regarding performance. So I went to try this piece of software for myself but, unlike the guys at DownloadSquad, all I got was this window… I know it’s a Beta version, but it was just a bit disappointing, I guess I’ll try it...
Microsoft’s answer to Eclipse?
Could this be Microsoft’s answer to Eclipse Platform? Maybe, but trusting on my experience with GAT/GAX it will still be easier to develop Eclipse plugins. Visual Studio 2008 Shell (via temujin, the fabulous freak…)
Piazza San Marco →
João Almeida: Bringing some photos lost in my “vault” back to life (via Twitter / João Almeida)
What a lousy founder I am...
I created this group @ Flickr and I hardly ever submited any photo… …At least all the other members don’t act like me.
João Almeida: Just finished another of my SCRUM sessions (via Twitter / João Almeida)
Mocking web services with SoapUI
The latest release of my favorite web service testing tool has a really interesting feature: Support for Mocking of Web Services directly from within soapUI. Mock Services can be run either from inside soapUI or with one of the IDE/Maven/CommandLine plugins. In a service oriented architecture is usual, and desirable, to have contract definition (i.e. the web service WSDL and schema) before the...
Firefox 3.0 sneak preview
Want to have a sneak preview of how Firefox 3.0 will look like and what new features will be available? Just check out what’s at Mozilla Blogs. Technorati Tags: firefox (via temujin, the fabulous freak…)
Mock Objects in .Net… Again
About a year ago I was looking for a .Net mock object library to use in a project I was about to start, a project where we were planning to use unit testing intensively. Back then I found a couple of small but interesting projects, although none supported .Net 2.0: DotNetMock (the one we end up using) and NMock. Both of them use the same simple approach called dynamic mocks: a dynamic proxy is...
Why's (poignant) guide to ruby →
By the way, here’s the link to “Why’s (poignant) guide to ruby”