August 3, 2010
Safe from hackers, safe from users. Movable type takes Captcha to the next level!
December 10, 2009
I knew the market wasn’t quite what it was, but this job ad today surprised even me. Â
August 12, 2009
I’ve been using the freeÂ Squirrel SQL SQL client under windows for a month or so now.Â It’s a good tool, though somewhat annoying to get working.Â Today it stopped working.Â Â The loading splash screen would display, the progress bar would get about halfway through and then Squirrel would exit without any messages.Â I had no desire […]
August 21, 2008
Otherwise, I might not be able to remember to buy it later.
January 2, 2008
Well, a new year is upon us, and I’d like to thank everyone who has checked in on my blog this year. As a rough guess, my readership has quadrupled or quintupled this year. Google Analytics gives me a nice perspective on this: As a personal highlight, I stuck to the blogging commitment I made […]
December 4, 2007
Today I was trolling through my Yahoo mails, and noticed that a spam message had made it through to my inbox. I read through my mail, expecting to just delete the spam message when I eventually got to it. When I did, it struck me as unusual. In addition to the message body, there was […]
October 3, 2007
I wonder if Google testers think like this? http://www.radaronline.com/from-the-magazine/2007/09/google_fiction_evil_dangerous_surveillance_control_1.php
June 6, 2007
I’ve been building tools for web service testing using Ruby and its SOAP libraries. I hope to write more on this later, but for now, a pointer to a simple problem that took up far too much time. My test toolkit has three small programs, each providing different services. The first can be passed a […]