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I spend my days writing code. Occasionally I'll come across something so interesting that I feel the need to share it with the rest of the geeky world. MYST.NET is a mix of technical articles and my opinions on the interesting world of software development!
Test Driven Development (03/10/2014)
One of the powerful features of software engineering is its dynamic nature. It is much easier to change a piece of code than it is to change the design of a bridge once you’ve started building it. Indeed, the only certainty in the lifetime of a software project is that the requirements will change as you proceed. As software engineers we need to embrace change but change is scary. It’s like a game of Buckaroo, Kerplong or Jenga, where, with every move you make, you Continue reading →
When I'm not writing code, you'll find me pontificating about the world as I see it. RED MYST is my equivalent of a therapy couch where I get it all out of my system and rant to my hearts content like a crazy drunk without the need for cheap cider.
Hopefully my rambling will be of interest to someone but if not, it's better out than in so you have the honour of holding my proverbial hair back whilst I throw up my wisdom onto your shoes!
Why I don’t believe in Equality (13/09/2015)
In 1776 as part of the American Declaration of Independence, a triumphant, Thomas Jefferson proclaimed that All men are created equal, a sound-bite that has resonated with the American dream ever since, but is it true?