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A collection of 27 posts

Sep 26, 2011

Google Iphone Calendar Selector

I got an IPad a while back, and something was always bothering me with it. It had this really nice looking calendar application that was useless because it only showed one of my

Aug 6, 2010

Specifying tests

The latest post on the Google Testing blog is quite interesting. Philip Zembrod discusses the readability of code developed by TDD and found that sometimes reading the test first didn’t always help

Jun 28, 2010

Testing on Google AppEngine (Python SDK)

Testing in Python and Django is pretty straight forward. However I wanted to write tests that assert email sending, URL fetching and other external sources. Making sure the intended code is executed and

Mar 31, 2010

Interesting issue on GAE issue list

I was browsing around the issue lists on Google AppEngine, just some midnight light reading before going to bed… I stumbled on the following issue, marked as critical: http://code.google.com/p/

Jan 15, 2010

Programming for Android

So I’ve done my first programming for Android phones and thought I’d write a blog post about the experience. Programming for Android is a bit different from working with the Compact

Dec 16, 2009

AppEngine + Grails + Cron

I just added a Cron job to “ping” my application every 1 minute. After a short discussion with Paul Cusch, whom commented on one of my previous posts regarding the load request issues

Dec 4, 2009

AppEngine SDK 1.2.8 released

As far as I can see there is no mention of startup performance. Doesn’t have to mean they haven’t worked on it. Ill check it out to night to see how

Nov 25, 2009

Prerelease of AppEngine SDK 1.2.8

I got this on twitter last night. Google is doing a prerelease of the next AppEngine SDK. Details can be found here: http://groups.google.com/group/google-appengine-java/browse_thread/thread/fe334c9e461026fa Only

Nov 21, 2009

AppEngine enhancer issue

The issue with the AppEngine enhancer still exists with Windows 7. Let’s hope for the next version of Windows then…