The Two Fundamental Mistakes in Usability Testing

There are two mistakes that organizations make when doing usability testing. And once those mistakes are made, two things are certain: either end users won’t get an application they can actually use or, if they do, it will cost more and take longer. Organizations often make a fundamental mistake by thinking of usability testing as […]
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Mocking an ASP.NET MVC controller using NSubstitute

I’ve found that the concept of mocking confuses some developers. It’s probably due to the fact that they usually experience the idea formally, at first—in the context of a mocking framework. Some of these frameworks are very powerful—and fairly complex. However, The basic idea is quite simple. Take the following controller public class NotificationController : […]
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Testing for Memory Warnings

Have you ever opened up an app on your iPhone or iPad and noticed that it crashed immediately? Then it was OK when you restarted it? That’s usually because there is a bug in the way the application responds to the memory management processes in iOS. Memory Management in iOS One of the objectives of […]
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Gumbo and Security

I love gumbo and my wife and friends love the gumbo I make. I have computers in my home office. I am an Eagle Scout. These three things, combined with an experience from college, make me have and test backups of my data and of my power. First, the power. My office is at home. […]
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