VS Unit Test Progress Indication

If you do unit tests (and if not, you should), chance is once in a while a test will, (perhaps by design), take a long time to complete. Visual Studio’s Unit Testing Framework frontend gives an indication of progress between different tests, but not what the running test is doing (this seems to be the… Read More

PHP Session Lock

As some of you may know, I’m currently working on an ambitious project to audit WordPress events. One of the features I eventually added, is the ability for the log¬†viewer to update results in (almost) realtime as soon as they’re sent to the server. I achieved this using the Comet (also known as “long polling”)… Read More

SEPA Deadline

Well, it’s the 3rd February, the first working day after the SEPA deadline and where are we with the migration?¬†Seems that few have move onward, if at all, with articles sprouting on the ‘net discussing this situation. Why? What made the transition so difficult? First and foremost, one of the main issues is legacy software.… Read More

Aftermath of Adobe CC Hack

You’ve probably heard it. Adobe got hacked and 2.9 million accounts stolen, in a “sophisticated attack” according to several sources. The really bad news? With the account information, the hackers also got encrypted credit card numbers. The good news? Adobe could hardly have handled the situation any better. Here’s what I found in my post… Read More