Time to start Acceptance Testing

After returning to the Moneyjar web application after a long haitus, I was surprised to find the build would not compile. At all. The classpath was broken, and there were errors all over the place. So I thought it would be a good idea to fix it. That was my first mistake. I started rearranging […]

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Myers Briggs – Personality Test

I have recently introduced a few of my friends to the Carl Jung / Myers Briggs test and have seen some fairly insightful results. While not definitive I have found that it does help me to understand why people are the way they are, accept them for their qualities, and how best to manage them. […]

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Programming Hiatus

For the past few weeks I have not spent all that much time developing any applications or coding. The reason being that my study is currently being renovated by yours truly. So until my new study is complete, there won’t be many updates. But once the study is complete I will be coding again, with […]

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Cover Image

The Koi fish is a carp like fish from east Asia. It holds symbolic meaning in oriental cultures. Waterfall Legend “One particular legend is the koi fish’s claim to fame. An ancient tale tells of a huge school of golden koi swimming upstream the Yellow River in China. Gaining strength by fighting against the current, […]

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Money Jar Project Summary

Here you will find a quick overview of what MoneyJar is, what problems it hopes to solve and the motivation behind it. Shown in an FAQ format, you will learn, what it is, why I started it, the plans I have for it, and what I hope to learn in the process. (more…)

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I’m back!

It has been some time since my last post and the MoneyJarWeb project has had to be put back some time. This is largely because of house moving and holiday going. Suffice to say I am now back to work. (more…)

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