Mental Note: Add Category

I really didn’t want to write this, but every good link about structuring unit tests is dead. And I don’t want to hype this too much, but learning to arrange my tests in a certain order was one of the biggest productivity gains in my career. You should arrange your test into three distinct sections,…

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“Smart” devices are pretty nice, except now that products have matured, business departments keep making them worse. Products I’ve tried: Recommend nothin’ Testing Z-Wave Rating: So far, so good. Zigbee Rating: So far, so good. It sucks that some devices only come as Zigbee, and some as Z-Wave, so you need to buy into both…

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I consider myself really lazy. So here’s my basic workflow of home-grown commands I go through whenever I work on a Python project. Some notes before I dive in: replaceĀ  $PROJECT with the name of your project. I keep a consistent name between projects so I can use the directory name for other things. some…

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Notes on how major brands fit me. Banana Republic pants – most are too tight, though these fit well: classic fit: 30/30 kentfield straight-fit – 31/30, 30/30 is ok too Burberry shirts – S waist good, shoulders tight CK shirts – S good fit pants – too tight jackets – M good fit John Varvatos…

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