Debuggers are a drug …

Debuggers are a drug …

Robert Martin has an interesting post about the danger of relying on a debugger. Any time I have to run code through a debugger, I feel like something has gone horribly wrong. Obviously, any code with a unit test almost never has a bug that must be found with a debugger, but a lot of the time I find myself working with other people’s code that doesn’t have unit tests, or with third party code that I don’t know enough about to delve into without the debugger. Those are unpleasant times.

Slacktivist get out the vote tips

Slacktivist get out the vote tips

The Slacktivist has a guide to registering voters. Not only useful, but humorous. For example, step 7:

Select a public location where people gather. If you wish to target a demographic that is more likely to vote for candidates from a particular party then you should factor this in your choice of location. If you are a Republican, try a local country club or a corporate trade convention. If you are a Democrat, try pretty much anywhere else.
Back again

Back again

I’m back from my trip but this holiday week will probably slow for links. On the other hand my big project is finally finishing my Movable Type migration. I’ve actually done all the heavy lifting in terms of migrating my old content. The last bit is updating the templates so they look like I want them to look.