Posts tagged testability

GTAC (two months late)

It’s been more than two months since the GTAC and I never wrote anything about it in this blog, so I thought I’d write some words so I could cross it off my to-do list. As you can imagine, the conference was great. It was my first big conference and my first time outside of […]

Facebook privacy scanner (ReclaimPrivacy)

Summary: there’s a simple tool that will tell you which Facebook sharing options are “too open” in your account. I’d like you to help me by trying it out and telling me what you think (if you had problems using it, if you would like extra/other information to be shown, if you found any bugs, […]

From pseudo-code to code

This post is probably not about what you’re thinking. It’s actually about automated testing. Different stuff I’ve been reading or otherwise been exposed to in the last weeks has made me reach a sort of funny comparison: code is (or can be) like science. You come up with some “theory” (your code) that explains something […]