Category java

Scratching a JUnit Itch

tl;dr I like JUnit. It is simple and clean, and it is ubiquitous in the Java world. I like Go’s testing package. It is even simpler and cleaner, and distinguishes between failed checks and fatal test failures. It doesn’t use exceptions to do this. I wanted to see what Go’s testing semantics would look like […]

Catching up

It turns out that having a day job can play havoc with your blogging activities. I’m posting a round-up of recent activities, in no particular order, with the intention of expanding on each of these topics in the coming weeks. But we all know what happens to intentions. This is mostly a brain dump to […]