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Building a Nant Script -- Part 2: Adding NUnit tests
Category: Languages > .net      Posted: 24 Jun 09

In this episode we will continue our series on how to create a build script using the NAnt build tool.

In this episode we will build off the script for preivous episode and add in the ability to run NUnit tests within our script. You can get the script for this episode here

Metric Fu
Category: Web Development > Ruby On Rails      Posted: 18 Jun 09

Metric Fu is a compilation of several tools to help find areas of code that could be improved. In this episode I show you how to setup this tool on the source code

How to Make a Generator
Category: Web Development > Ruby On Rails      Posted: 22 Jul 07

Rails comes with many built-in generators, but what if you want to customize them or make your own? Rails gives you a great way to do this which you will learn in this episode.

Learning Tapestry 5
Category: Languages > Java      Posted: 10 Jun 07

Screencast about Tapestry 5. It covers creating a new project (using Maven), setting up dependencies and structure, and creating a page template and seeing changes to the live application when you change a Java class.

Using Backpack Offline with PackRat
Category: Web Development > Other      Posted: 10 Jun 07

This screencasat is about how to use your Backpack account offline on your Mac with a new program called PackRat

Using Technorati and Tags 101
Category: Web Development > Other      Posted: 09 Jun 07

screencast showing the various ways I use Technorati and Tags. I cover searching keywords and urls, searching for, creating & embedding Tags into blog posts, and creating watchlist RSS feeds.

How to use furl - social bookmarking tool
Category: Others > Misc      Posted: 09 Jun 07

Furl doesn't use 'tags' but rather 'topics' - also in Furl I can't see as easily how many other people have bookmarked the links that I have, however Furl shows me how many others have 'viewed' my links on my front page (I have to click on my link to see who else has "furled" or bookmarked my link)

Getting into delicious
Category: Others > Misc      Posted: 09 Jun 07

You will learn a bit about how to set up and use, a social bookmarking tool. It's rushed at the beginning, but it gets a bit better.

Using Audacity to trim down podcasts
Category: Tools > Screencasting      Posted: 05 Jun 07

As I was jogging away on the treadmill last night, it occurred to me that the 75-minute lecture that I was listening to for school was primarily dead space. People pause between sentences, and generally ramble on like I do. A lot of that space can be eliminated, so the lecture that I was listening to...

Live CSS Editing and Debugging with Firebug
Category: Web Development > Plugin      Posted: 07 May 07

Jesse introduces Firebug 1.0, the live CSS editor which runs inside Firefox. See how you can easily identify elements by rolling the mouse over them, s...

Add Photos to Google Picasa
Category: Web Development > Google      Posted: 07 May 07

Export photos on the Mac from iPhoto and import them into the web-based Google Picasa so that they are viewable on-line.

Java2Script Desktop and Web GUIs
Category: Languages > Java      Posted: 06 May 07

Steven Devijver introduces the fantastic Java2Script tool which lets you write a GUI in Java and then converts the code into JavaScript so it runs in a...