Now for some F# hacking. The first thing I did was actually go through a Code Kata, which I’ll present here. … More
With that out of the way, here’s what I started with. First I created a QUnit and Scripts Directory. In QUnit I placed the qunit.css and qunit.js files and in the Scripts Directory I added the jquery-1.5.1.min.js file. The later file isn’t that important at this point, but I’ve added as I intend to use it at some point later on.
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I’ve continued the Kōans, but there is one thing that won’t be noticeable from this blog entry. I however wanted to mention it. The first blog entry was worked through on an OS-X Apple Machine, the second on an Ubunta Linux Machine, and now I’m heading for this blog entry to be completed with Windows 7. It is of course completely irrelevant, but at the same time very relevant. 🙂 But enough about operating system awesomeness. Let’s take a look at the new gazillion Kōans that caught my note taking interest.
Lately I have been interviewing people for prospective positions in the company I work for. In the various questions that I and others pose during these interviews one popped up as a prospective Kata. The challenge is really quit simple, “Write a method that would take a int and check if it is a prime number.” The following snippet is what I came up with.
Recently Amazon jumped into the relational database cloud competition with Microsoft. Up until the 6th of this month, Microsoft had the only cloud with a real dedicated relational database offering in SQL Azure. Now Amazon has their Relational Database Service heating up the competition.
In other news, Google finally joined the storage party with their recent launch announcement at the I/O Conference. So now we have Amazon, Microsoft, and Google as the big companies on the block throwing down on the storage offerings. Stay tuned for more!
In other news I have been working through the katas setup for TDD practice. They’re actually a lot of fun and would suggest anyone out there interested in TDD or just unit testing to just go out and give one a test drive. : )