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Monday, November 01, 2004

So many good posts today that I hardly know where to start.

The must read: Scott Guthrie on Testing. Scott is the product unit manager for ASP.Net, so he knows a bit about testing. In this post, he details the process for testing ASP.Net. There is literally tons of good stuff in this post and I would highly recommend it. In fact, 15 minutes spent reading this post is probably better then spending 8-10 hours reading a "testing book".

There is also an interview with Scott if you want to know a bit about ASP.Net 2.0.

Also today, Russell Beattie has cancelled his Google interview. Big deal? Well, I guess I just like his reasoning. Be sure to read the comments too - as some of them are quite good as well. Good to know I am not the only one who is getting a bit sick of Google. (Says the man who uses google's 100% free blogging service.)

And finally, Bush is a stinking liar / puppet president. ...oh wait, that is not new. Let's just hope (pray?) that things go well for Kerry tomorrow.

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