It looks like Sean has been working hard on my FAVORITE unit testing GUI – Zanebug. He’s updated it to the latest version of NUnit (2.2.9) and added support for MbUnit tests (here’s a post with screenies). Now it really is “all that and a bag of chips”…. (did I really just say that?) Regardless, if you’re not using it as your test runner – you’re missing out big time. Guess I don’t have a reason to put off trying out MbUnit anymore.
Evangelists and scientists unite against global warming. As a person who represents both sides of this, I’m very pleased to see this union. There had been a ton of FUD in this area and I’m constantly having to fight the misconception that global warming is a “farce” or made up or the part of some natural cycle. This is utter crap and not supportable by any known scientific evidence. I truly hope that this brings global warming to the front as an issue to be addressed and silences the nay-sayers.
Why is it that most “green” vehicles are butt ugly?? The Ford Airstream looks like something out of a 1950’s sci-fi flick. All you need it Gort to crawl out of it – if I yell “Klaatu barada nikto!”, will that make them stop?? The Chevy Volt looks like something that Schumacher’s Batman would drive – not something you’d ever catch me in. I know that Dodge has been dropping these turds for a few years now, so why does Chevy feel the need to pick them up??
I know that a green vehicle doesn’t have to mean compromise, just look at the Tesla Roadster. It’s got all the marbles of a Porchse Boxster and the sex appeal of a Lotus. For all it’s expense ($80K), it goes a long way to show what could be…
Just a note to remind myself (and make you aware), check out this handy little IE add-in that allows you to add a workitem (with all the needed info) directly from IE. Testers take note.