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How Interactive Fiction authors approach testing

This introductory video to Inform 7, an interactive fiction editor, is well worth watching for anyone who does automated software testing. The path labelling, automatic session recording and replay abilities are fantastic and something I wish I had in every development project.

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OmniGraffle: More than Meets the Eye

I first picked up OmniGraffle for the iPad last year, back when I had delusions about using my newly purchased iPad for work and before the device became a dedicated Dora the Explorer video player for my kids. The purchase price was pretty steep (~USD50, which was more like AUD70 at the time), but I […]

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Expand Your Mind

After the recent release of Visual Studio 2008 SP1 and .Net 3.5 SP1 I thought it would be a good idea to upgrade my Windows development environment to take advantage of some of the cool new features. I do .Net development on my Ubuntu machine by using VirtualBox to run a Windows 2008 Virtual Machine. […]

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