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December 24, 2014

Things That Go Boom

It is easier to make a safe light bulb than to make a safe explosive.

December 22, 2014

Abstractions For Binary Search, Part 10: Putting It All Together

After the discussions of the last few weeks, we are finally ready to build our test cases.

December 19, 2014

The Touch of a Button

Of course, I wasn't satisfied with the simple approach, so I added a bit of code to sense swipes much as you would find on a touchscreen phone.

December 16, 2014

Abstractions For Binary Search, Part 9: What Do We Need to Test?

Many people confuse the idea of a test case working correctly with the idea of a program producing correct output.

December 11, 2014

Hosting USB

I wanted to like the Vinculum. I really did.




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