Sunday, I’ll be in a new table-top Vampire: the Requiem game, run by Greg.
I’ve been wanting to play table-top Vamp for years now. Our characters are fresh up from “death” (meaning no XP), and will be starting from something like our first meeting with the powers that run the city.
The early-game premise is that we’ll be restricted to a single large apartment building, with no pre-established blood sources, etc.
Continue reading Terry, Vampire Chemist →
Downloadable from The Charon Sheet. (Also, I’m currently reading The Principles of Beautiful Web Design so’s I can make TCS less sucky and more purdy. Expect design changes there as I learn how to do this crap from scratch.)
Only two issues fixed, but they were kinda show-stoppers for the affected folks. Details on the issues fixed.
Talk about taking a large bite.
In the interests of pushing my .NET knowledge, I began migrating the Geist character sheet project that I’d started in Django to .NET MVC 3. I hadn’t done MVC in .NET since MVC 1 was beta’d, but hey, MVC is MVC is MVC. Right?
So in the interests of making things more interesting and more testable, I decided to dive into the Entity Framework 4. My beginning read of POJOs in Action, along with my previous experience with .netTears–I mean, .netTiers–had me generally familiar with the concepts of entities, contexts, and repositories.
Kicker is, POJOs is just a book (and one I’ve barely dived into), and .netTears uses code generation, meaning I could get away with treating it as just a very hefty ORM in the applications it was in. Generate and go.
Getting my fingers in it was a whole ‘nother experience.
Continue reading Brain Twist: .NET MVC 3, Entity Framework 4.1, and TDD →
It’s a been a short week and we traveled this past weekend, so have some videos to giggle about.
“I like girls, but now it’s about justice.”
Continue reading Weekly Linkage: the Video Edition →
Um… it’ll make sense as you read.