Monthly Archives: June 2010

Mocker 1.0 for Python released!

After a few years in development, version 1.0 of Mocker is now available! Check out the changes since 0.10.1, the supported features, or go straight to the download page.

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Integrating IRC with LDAP and two-way SMSing

A bit of history I don’t know exactly why, but I’ve always enjoyed IRC bots. Perhaps it’s the fact that it emulates a person in an easy-to-program way, or maybe it’s about having a flexible and shared “command line” tool, … Continue reading

Posted in Architecture, Cloud, Erlang, Mobile, Project, Python | 1 Comment

Released editmoin 1.15

Version 1.15 of editmoin is now available. The following changes were made: Moin used to work with numerical IDs for identification, and editmoin was still based on this model. This release adds support for direct authentication as available in current … Continue reading

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The forgotten art of error checking

I was just rambling randomly yesterday, in the usual microblogging platforms, about how result checking seems to be ignored or done badly. The precise wording was: It’s really amazing how little attention error handling receives in most software development. Even … Continue reading

Posted in Architecture, Go, Java, Lua, Perl, Python, Ruby, Snippet, Test | 10 Comments