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dynamic Has a Use! Partial Verification of Complex Classes in Test Automation

I don’t like dynamic in C#.  It’s one of those features that seems to serve only to confuse the language.  And yeah, I get that Ruby and Python are doing it, but if Ruby and Python jumped off a bridge, would you?

When I first picked up C#1, I liked it for three reasons: 

  1. Garbage collection.
  2. It had a built-in string class.
  3. It actively prevented you from doing stupid things that C++ was fine with.

When they added “var” to the language, reason #3 died a little.  People started using “var” to declare ordinary variables where the type is known.  Sure, the compiler can figure out what the type is, but a human can’t, at least not by just reading the code without a knowledge of the return type of the function you just called. 

And then along came “dynamic” and walloped reason #3 over the head with a large stick.  Now, not even the compiler knows what you’re doing.  You have to wait until runtime to tell if your code is going to work.  It’s a bit like programming in Basic on a Commodore 64, except you’ll get a RuntimeBinderException instead of “?SYNTAX ERROR IN 150”2.  The end result is the same, a stupid typo broke your code when someone else tried to run it. 

It doesn't make any sense here, either.

 The idea behind dynamic is that it lets you write code against certain types of COM objects and dynamic objects from languages like Python and Ruby.  Of course, COM should be dead by now and that maybe MS Office’s Automation should look at this new-fangled .Net thing that everyone else in Redmond has been using FOR TEN YEARS, and that maybe if you want to use features from Python or Ruby that maybe you should actually be using Python or Ruby, but whatever…  The way dynamic works is that you can declare a variable as type “dynamic”, just like you’d declare it a “string” or an “int”, and this tells the compiler that you have no idea what the object is.  Since you don’t know what it is and since the compiler doesn’t know what it is, you can go ahead and call any method you’d like on it or use and property on it and theoretically, it’ll work.  It’s called “Duck Typing”, as in “quacks-like-a”.  In other words, I don’t care what object X really is and I don’t want to force it to be a subclass of Y or implement interface Z.  All I care about is whether or not it can “Quack()”.  If it can “Quack()”, then it’s enough of a Duck for me to use in my function. 

In most cases, dynamic in C# doesn’t actually mean that you can dynamically change the structure of the underlying object.  Whatever that object is, it’s still that type, even though you’re hiding it behind the dynamic keyword.  Think of dynamic as if it’s “var” with amnesia.  “var” knows what type it is at compile time, so you can ask it “Do you know how to quack?” and it can tell you.  With dynamic, it won’t know whether or not it can quack until the code actually runs, at which point its memory comes back and it remembers how to quack.  Either way, whether it knows how to quack at run-time or compile-time, the thing quacking is still a duck. 

Now, I don’t know about you, but I don’t trust amnesiac ducks. 

You see, since you can call any method or property on the dynamic object, you have to simply hope that whatever the object turns out to be when you run it actually implements that method or property, or else you’re totally screwed.  Also, since there’s no Intellisense to guide you, you’d better hope that you spelled the property or method correctly, or else you’re totally screwed.  Oh, yeah, and since there’s no type checking, you’d better hope that the type of that property or the types of the parameters or return value of the method are what you think they are, or else you’re totally screwed. 

It’s this whole “…or else you’re totally screwed” bit that turns me off about dynamic.  There’s a lot of ways this can go wrong, and when it goes wrong, you don’t know it’s gone wrong until the program is running and it dies.  And, of course, it won’t do that until it’s out live in production and a customer comes across the bug, and the whole site goes down and the closest tester gets blamed for missing the bug.  You can see how that would be a problem for me, so you can understand why I don’t like dynamic

But then I found a way to actually make use of dynamic to solve a testing problem I’ve been having. 

Before I go into details, let me first say that I’m a bit reluctant to share this idea, for several reasons: 

  1. I don’t like dynamic, so it feels dirty to use it in this way.
  2. I haven’t really fully explored this idea, so it could be a complete load of nonsense.
  3. It’s voodoo magic code and I don’t like using voodoo magic code because no one can understand voodoo magic code.  I know that I’m going to spend more time explaining how it works to other people than they’re going to spend using it, because they’re going to look at it and be scared away.
  4. “…or else you’re totally screwed”.  It would not be good to have test cases that fail at runtime because of typos.
  5. It feels like this is half of a good idea, and that once I figure out what the missing half of the puzzle is, I’ll have something that’s useful and won’t scare people away and won’t feel dirty.  I don’t like writing about half an idea.
  6. I don’t like dynamic.

However, I’m sharing it because I want it to be a good idea and hope that writing about it will get me thinking about how to solve those remaining problems. 

Anyway, here’s the scenario: 

Where I work, we have services that return complex objects.  Sometimes, these objects can have upwards of 20 properties, and some of those properties are classes that have more properties on them.  In other words, there’s more properties floating around in these objects than in most Florida land scams.  Testing these objects is relatively straightforward, though.  Simply create a parallel object with the expected values, and walk through the expected and actual objects property by property, comparing the values.  If something doesn’t match, fail the test. 

The problem I have is that for most of my tests, I don’t really care about most of those properties.  Each test only focuses on a handful of values and the rest don’t matter.  The one-size-fits-all approach of walking the properties required an exact match.  If I only care about four or five properties, why should I have to specify values for the other 15?  I might not even know what they are.  One of the properties could be something like response time, which I have no way of knowing at the time I write the test.   But, I don’t want to have to write custom validation for each test to check only the values it cares about, because that’s inefficient and difficult to maintain. 

Let’s give a more concrete example class to work off of here. 

 
public class SearchResult
{
        public string Title { get; set; }
        public string Excerpt { get; set; }
        public string URL { get; set; }
        public double Score { get; set; }
        public int Size { get; set; }
        public int Position { get; set; }
        public DateTime IndexedTime { get; set; }
        public string CacheURL { get; set; }
} 

 

This class is a simplification of a result returned from a search engine.  Each result has a title, an excerpt of text from the page, a URL for the page and internal information, like the confidence score of the result, the size of the page, the date the page was last indexed, the position of the result, and, if available, a URL for a cached copy of the page. 

Here’s the property by property checker: 

 
public void CompareResults(SearchResult expected, SearchResult actual)
{
    Assert.AreEqual(expected.CacheURL, actual.CacheURL, "CacheURL mismatch");
    Assert.AreEqual(expected.Excerpt, actual.Excerpt, "Excerpt mismatch");
    Assert.AreEqual(expected.IndexedTime, actual.IndexedTime, "IndexedTime mismatch");
    Assert.AreEqual(expected.Position, actual.Position, "Position mismatch");
    Assert.AreEqual(expected.Score, actual.Score, "Score mismatch");
    Assert.AreEqual(expected.Size, actual.Size, "Size mismatch");
    Assert.AreEqual(expected.Title, actual.Title, "Title mismatch");
    Assert.AreEqual(expected.URL, actual.URL, "URL mismatch");
}

 

Now, let’s write a test:  If I search for “dogs”, then I expect to get the Wikipedia entry for “Dogs” as my top result. 

 
public static void CheckThatWikipediaIsInResultsForDogs()
{
    SearchResult expected = new SearchResult();
    expected.URL = "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dogs";
    expected.Title = "Dog - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia"; 
    expected.Position = 0;

    SearchEngine engine = new SearchEngine();
    SearchResult actual = engine.Search("dogs"); 

    CompareResults(expected, actual);
} 

 

Now we run it and…  Aw crap.

Assert Failed! != http://www.mathpirate.net/cache?=http%3A%2F%2Fen.wikipedia.org%2Fwiki%2FDogs : CacheURL mismatch

The test failed, not because the Wikipedia entry wasn’t the result, which is what I cared about, but because the CacheURL was wrong.  I don’t care about the CacheURL.  There are other tests somewhere else that will deal with CacheURL.  Now, I can specify it if I want to, but I also have to specify the excerpt and the page size and the last indexed time, etc.  But I’m not going to .  I don’t give a flying monkey dance about those values in this test, so it’s stupid to specify them.  The “CompareResults” method has to change.

One fairly simple way to take care of that problem is to check for non-null or non-default values and not check the values if the value is the default.  Here’s the new and improved CompareResults:

public static void CompareResults(SearchResult expected, SearchResult actual)
{
    if (expected.CacheURL != null) { Assert.AreEqual(expected.CacheURL, actual.CacheURL, "CacheURL mismatch"); }
    if (expected.Excerpt != null) { Assert.AreEqual(expected.Excerpt, actual.Excerpt, "Excerpt mismatch"); }
    if (expected.IndexedTime != default(DateTime)) { Assert.AreEqual(expected.IndexedTime, actual.IndexedTime, "IndexedTime mismatch"); }
    if (expected.Position != default(int)) { Assert.AreEqual(expected.Position, actual.Position, "Position mismatch"); }
    if (expected.Score != default(double)) { Assert.AreEqual(expected.Score, actual.Score, "Score mismatch"); }
    if (expected.Size != default(int)) { Assert.AreEqual(expected.Size, actual.Size, "Size mismatch"); }
    if (expected.Title != null) { Assert.AreEqual(expected.Title, actual.Title, "Title mismatch"); }
    if (expected.URL != null) { Assert.AreEqual(expected.URL, actual.URL, "URL mismatch"); }
}

Run it now and it passes.  It didn’t care about the missing CacheURL.  Hey, problem solved!

Except…   The new and improved CompareResults is new and improved and still broken.

Here’s what was returned from the Search method:

Notice that Position is set to 5.  In my test, I explicitly set that position should be 0.  CompareResults missed it because  of the check that I added: if(expected.Position != default(int)).  default(int) isn’t some magic value, like “undefined”.  It’s “0”.  Plain old zero.  So when that line executed, it became if(0 != 0)3.  And so, the check was skipped and it missed the fact that the test should have failed.  The same problem will occur if you’re explicitly checking for a null property value.

So…  What to do?

There are multiple options to handle this case, none of them very pleasant:

  • Live with it.  One-size-fits-all never actually fits you.  Deal.
  • Write custom validation for every test that needs to check a default or null value explicitly.  Hope that everyone remembers this needs to be done.
  • Write a parallel set of classes that mimic the actual class, but have boolean properties like “PositionSet” for every single property on the object. 
  • Go back to the original method that checks everything exactly, but write custom pre-treater methods that can go in and clear out values that you don’t care about before you do the comparison. 4

Or…

Use dynamic.

Here’s how it works:

Instead of creating an instance of the type of object that you want to create, you create a dynamic object, and only set the properties you care about.  Then, in the comparison method, it can check if you’ve set the value, and then do the comparison if you have.  If not, it gets ignored.  This solves the problem of forcing a check on values you don’t care about as well as the problem of default values.  If you didn’t set the value up front, it’s not there, so the verification method won’t look at it.

Let’s see it in action:

public static void CheckThatWikipediaIsInResultsForDogsDynamic()
{
    dynamic expected = new ExpandoObject();
    expected.URL = "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dogs";
    expected.Title = "Dog - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia";
    expected.Position = 0;

    SearchEngine engine = new SearchEngine();
    SearchResult actual = engine.Search("dogs");

    CompareResultsDynamic(expected, actual);
}

The test method looks almost identical.  The only notable difference is the first line.  I changed “SearchResult expected = new SearchResult();” to “dynamic expected = new ExpandoObject();”5.  The properties are set on the object the same way, the function is called the same way.

public static void CompareResultsDynamic(dynamic expected, SearchResult actual)
{
    if (PropertyExists(expected, "CacheURL")) { Assert.AreEqual(expected.CacheURL, actual.CacheURL, "CacheURL mismatch"); }
    if (PropertyExists(expected, "Excerpt")) { Assert.AreEqual(expected.Excerpt, actual.Excerpt, "Excerpt mismatch"); }
    if (PropertyExists(expected, "IndexedTime")) { Assert.AreEqual(expected.IndexedTime, actual.IndexedTime, "IndexedTime mismatch"); }
    if (PropertyExists(expected, "Position")) { Assert.AreEqual(expected.Position, actual.Position, "Position mismatch"); }
    if (PropertyExists(expected, "Score")) { Assert.AreEqual(expected.Score, actual.Score, "Score mismatch"); }
    if (PropertyExists(expected, "Size")) { Assert.AreEqual(expected.Size, actual.Size, "Size mismatch"); }
    if (PropertyExists(expected, "Title")) { Assert.AreEqual(expected.Title, actual.Title, "Title mismatch"); }
    if (PropertyExists(expected, "URL")) { Assert.AreEqual(expected.URL, actual.URL, "URL mismatch"); }
}

This is the new CompareResults function.  First, the “expected” parameter has changed.  It’s now “dynamic” instead of “SearchResult”.  The Asserts themselves are identical, and they’re still wrapped inside of if statements, but the if conditions have changed.  Instead of looking for nulls or default values, they’re checking that the property exists on the dynamic object.

This is one part where the whole dynamic thing is sorely lacking.  There’s no built-in way to tell if an object can do what you want it to do without trying to do it.  It’s like you’re commanding the duck to “Quack, damn you!”, without first asking “Can you actually quack?”.  Ruby’s got “respond_to?(‘Quack’)”, while C# has “Do it yourself and don’t forget to account for all of the different possibilities of how the quacking can be done, otherwise just try to  ‘Quack’ and catch the exception”.  Here’s a very abbreviated and probably error-prone example of how to ask if an object supports the property you want to call:

public static bool PropertyExists(object dynamicObject, string propertyName)
{
    if (dynamicObject is ExpandoObject)
    {
        IDictionary<string, object> expando = (IDictionary<string, object>)dynamicObject;
        return expando.ContainsKey(propertyName);
    }
    else
    {
        return dynamicObject.GetType().GetProperty(propertyName) != null;
    }
}

First, it checks if the object is an ExpandoObject.  If it is, then it can use the explicit IDictionary implementation on IDictionary in order to find out if the property exists or not.  Otherwise, it uses basic Reflection to ask if the object has the property you’re looking for.  This PropertyExists method will probably need a bit of work for general consumption, but it’s a start and works well enough for this example.

But…  Does it work?

Assert Failed! 0 != 5 : Position mismatch

It didn’t complain about the CacheURL, like the first solution did, but it did catch the Position mismatch, which the second solution missed.  I’d call that a success!

There are, of course, problems with this solution…

  • There’s no Intellisense, so you have to know what the object looks like.  Of course, what you can do there is write the initialization with the actual class, then change it to dynamic once you have all of the properties in place.
  • There’s no compile-time checking, so if you make a typo or if a property disappears or changes names, you don’t know about it until everything breaks at runtime.  Or worse, nothing breaks at all, but you end up not checking the values you think you’re checking. 6
  • It’s voodoo magic code.  You’re going to be the only one who understands how it works, so you’re on the hook for making sure it actually does work and you’ll going to be the one that gets blamed or cursed every time something goes wrong.

Like I said, it’s half of a good idea and I haven’t really explored all of its benefits and consequences yet.  The core is here and I know this is a good place to start and build something awesome on top of.  I already have some ideas of where this could go.  Like toward a generic exapandable data-driven object comparison framework.

But that’s for another time…

Here’s the code from this post:  http://www.mathpirate.net/svn/Projects/AutomationUsingDynamic/

  1. I came through C++ and hadn’t been exposed to Java at that time. []
  2. Okay, it’s more like writing JavaScript, but whatever. []
  3. if(0!=0){ throw new UniverseDestroyingParadoxException(“Critical Mathematical Foundation Error.  Please Reboot.”); } []
  4. I admit that I’ve done this once.  It was not one of my better moments. []
  5. ExpandoObject is a type that does some magic with the C# dynamic runtime binder.  I’m not going to explain how it works, after all, there are search engines for that.  However, using ExpandoObject lets you dynamically add members to your dynamic object.  If you tried to do this with an ordinary object, you’d get a RuntimeBinderException because the property you’re setting isn’t there. []
  6. Why, oh why didn’t they do something like “dynamic<T>” for at least some compile-time checking? []

January 1, 2011   No Comments

Best Line So Far

string twit = "SarahPalinUSA";

September 6, 2010   No Comments

The Extendables

And when your example code relies on extension methods, please make sure that you have the namespace which contains those extension methods references.

I am so ready to take the Baseball Bat of Great Justice and hand out a Beat Down Of Many Angers on these people.

Listen, it’s simple:

  • .Net 3.0 was largely a mistake.  var and extension methods were part of that mistake.  Don’t use var and extension methods all over the place.  If you don’t know the right place to use them, don’t use them at all.
  • THE DOCUMENTATION MUST NOT SUCK.  No documentation is often better than bad documentation.
  • CODE SAMPLES MUST COMPILE.  You have to realize that people are going to copy and paste whatever is on your page and try to compile it.
  • The easiest way to meet the requirements of THE DOCUMENTATION MUST NOT SUCK and CODE SAMPLES MUST COMPILE is to write a sample class, test it, then paste the entire class into your page.

GRRRRRRRRRRRRRRrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr

September 5, 2010   No Comments

var-y annoying

I want to smack people who use “var” all over the place in their code.  Particularly in their example code.

I AM NOT A COMPILER.  I DON’T DO TYPE INFERENCE.

September 5, 2010   No Comments

Source Code Repository

By the way, for those of you playing the home game, I’m checking in the code as I go:  http://www.mathpirate.net/svn/Projects/EchoChamber/

September 4, 2010   No Comments

Um. No.

for (int i = 0; i < PrefixLength; PrefixLength++)
{
     prefixQueue.Enqueue(EchoToken.TerminatorWord);
}

Oops.

September 3, 2010   No Comments

‘COMPATIBILITY’ is undefined

At work, I’m currently spending most of my time developing an internal webapp.  It’s the first significant work I’ve done in ASP.Net MVC and JavaScript, so it has been a great learning experiment.

Yesterday, I added a feature that involved JSON serialization to carry data on a round trip from the server to the client and back.  The feature is fairly straightforward:  The server writes one of its data objects to the page as a JSON string, which lets the JavaScript on the page interact with the object.  In response to a user action, the page will package up the object in JavaScript, turning it back into a JSON string, and pass it back to the server.  It feels like a bit of a hack, but hey, it works.

It works in some browsers, that is.  To get the object back into JSON format for the trip back to the server, I was using the method JSON.stringify(object).  The JSON object is apparently natively supported by IE8 and FF3.5 (And maybe Chrome, although I didn’t check), and since the target audience of this internal tool is already using one of those browsers, I don’t have to worry about compatibility.

Before checking into our CI system, which will deploy the code to a testing server, I run it locally.  Works fine in IE8.  Works fine in FF 3.6.  Everything’s happy.  SVN Commit and continue working.  If it’s working HERE, it’ll work THERE.

Or not…

About an hour after I check in this change, I go take a look at the testing server to verify a couple of unrelated changes.  I click on a link and I get a JavaScript error.

'JSON' is undefined

Um…  Excuse me?  I’m using IE8, which I know has a native JSON object.  It’s one of the things they brag about adding in IE8.  It’s there.  I know it’s there.  This worked just fine when I’m running it on my box, and it’s not like there’s some file I forgot to deploy that could cause a native JS object to disappear.  It has to be there…

So I try it in Firefox.  If something went wrong with the deployment or the testing machine, it would be broken in Firefox, too.  Of course, it works fine there.

I scour teh Intarwebz for help related to this error and find nothing useful.  Most of the advice is “Well, did you include ‘JSON2.js’?”, which is a file I’m not using and don’t need because JSON is a native object now.  It has to be there…

After wasting about an hour trying to find a solution, I performed my favourite problem solving manuever:  Throw away everything you know about the problem and start from scratch.  The branch of thought I was on before didn’t get anywhere, so it was time to explore a new direction.  In the initial search, I was looking for a solution to the “JSON is undefined” problem.  But maybe that’s not the problem.  Maybe that’s just the symptom of a different issue.  So now, I have to find what the problem really is.

  • Did the code not get checked in right?  The code is fine.  Nothing’s left in pending changes.
  • Did the JavaScript not get deployed correctly?  The deployment is fine.  All script files I have locally are on the testing server.
  • Have I ever come across anything like this before?  Yes.  IE’s security settings will treat intranet sites differently than Internet sites.

IE security settings…?  Well, that’s easy enough to check.

I go back to the page and change the server in its URL to be the fully qualified internal domain name for the server, not just the name of the server itself.  Hit the link…  Hey, it works!

So…  IE security settings, perhaps?  I consider simply ignoring the problem and telling everyone who uses this app to access the server with the full domain name, but quickly realize what a stupid solution that would be.

Why would this be a security setting, though?  Whenever I’ve run afoul of IE’s security model, it’s because I’ve been doing something that IE thinks could potentially be a risk to security.  It rarely is an actual risk (Unless trying to expand and collapse nodes in an XML file is risky in ways I cannot fathom), but there’s usually some semi-rational reason for blocking an action.  Killing the JSON object isn’t rational.  You can’t do anything with it that you couldn’t already do in JavaScript.  So why disable it?

And that’s when I noticed something.  On my localhost page, there was that little “broken page” button next to the address bar, but that button wasn’t there on the testing server.  WTF?  I didn’t force compatibility settings on the testing server, so why is that button missing?

I open up the Compatibility View Settings dialog and I find this inside:

“Display intranet sites in Compatibility View” is checked BY DEFAULT.

So, Compatibility View is what makes your browser act like IE 7 because so many websites out there were hacked together to work in IE6 and 7 because that’s whate everyone used.  As you may know, IE 6 and 7 were a bit wild when it came to rendering things, prefering the cowboy way of going it alone and doing what feels right, rather than, you know, attempting to follow standards.  When IE8 came along and fixed a lot of those issues, it meant that some poorly designed older pages looked like cat vomit.  So, Microsoft put in the Compatibility View button to make the pages render like they did in IE 7.

That’s all well and nice, except that A: They turned it on by default for intranet sites, and B: It’s not just rendering.  This is important, because I had no idea about this until yesterday.  Compatibility View also rolls back the JavaScript engine in IE to the previous version.  So…  No more JSON object!  Poof!  Gone!

DAMN YOU, IE6.  I’M NOT USING YOU AND I’M NOT EVEN DEVELOPING TO SUPPORT YOU AND YOU’RE STILL MAKING MY LIFE HELL.

So, what did I do?

<script src="Microsoft.Ajax.js" type="text/javascript"/>

That has its own JSON object in it and made my problem go away.  It’s a cop-out, true, but I don’t really care.  I’m trying to write an application that has absolutely nothing to do with stupid default compatibility settings and JavaScript engines and all that other nonsense.

August 18, 2010   4 Comments

I think this can be optimized.

I was playing around with some Linked Data SPARQL query engine stuff today and it generated the following query against its SQL data store.  Now, I’m not a database expert or anything, but something tells me that you can probably optimize this query somewhat.

SELECT id,  value FROM rdf_entities WHERE id IN (1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 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July 29, 2010   No Comments

Well, That Could Have Something To Do With It…

public CvPoint GetAverageVelocity()
{
    double avgX = BombPositions.Average(bomb => bomb.X);
    double avgY = BombPositions.Average(bomb => bomb.Y);

    return new CvPoint((int)avgX, (int)avgY);
}

And that’s why I don’t work for NASA.

March 1, 2010   No Comments

Bomb Tracking Code

No no no, that just won’t do.  Won’t do at all.

I think the idea will work, but the implementation needs refinement.

March 1, 2010   No Comments