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So, few hours earlier I made this[^] post bragging about my Rep point being a certain prime number and also expressed my joy of being able to hop over as many prime numbers as possible.
A kind hearted gentleman turned my wish into reality by taking the pain and effort to down vote my answers and posts as many as ten and as old as a few years ago. And no, he's not a newbie or a sock puppet account, each of his down vote set me back by -16 points. Being a person with positive thinking, I assume he wanted to give me the joy of experiencing the same prime number again. Thank you gentleman
Don't take it to hard - it's a ritual. You can find endless cases where someone down-voted answers in a row. Me to had it a few weeks ago. The only one can catch such a 'pure soul' is CP staff, but I think they have other things to do...
So rant here to spill the bad feeling, than really try to enjoy your prime numbers - you deserve it!
I'm not questioning your powers of observation; I'm merely remarking upon the paradox of asking a masked man who he is. (V)
I'm starting a new project that will be using the latest and greatest stuff from MS. MVC, Web API, ASP.NET Identity ...
I want to test base on the Business Requirements, hence the BDD approach. The step I'm at now, before I write too much code, is selecting the tools to create and execute the tests.
Because the current version of MVC (5) still has a dependency on System.Web, it is easier to drive the browser than mock up the static objects needed to properly test the controllers and views. Plus testing controllers and views is implementation testing not requirement testing.
I have pretty much decided on using SpecFlow for the creation of the test stubs and execution of the tests.
I believe the current practical Browser Automation tools boil down to WaitN, Selenium and MS Code UI Tests.
Does anyone have experience, recommendations or warning on these or other tools that might make my life easier and the product wonderful?
Saw this headline in the newspaper today, "US vs Portugal ESPNs highest rated non-football game"
I'm in the (can you guess the country?) but still it struck me as amusing, considering all the WC banter on this site.
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