On Fri, Apr 1, 2011 at 9:27 AM, Eric Galluzzo <egalluzzo / gmail.com> wrote:

> Are you a developer?  Testing framework got you down?
>
> Have you had:
>
>    * Difficulty concentrating, remembering details, and making
> decisions?
>    * Persistent sad, anxious, or "empty" feelings?
>    * Feelings of guilt, worthlessness, helplessness and/or pessimism?
>    * Irritability or restlessness?
>    * Sudden loss of bowel control?
>
> You may be suffering from your unit testing framework.  AffirmIt! has
> been clinically proven[1] to reduce the symptoms of traditional unit
> testing frameworks.  Feel good again.  AffirmIt!
>
> http://affirmit.org/
>
>
> [1] On lab rats[2].  All frameworks have side effects[3].  Some side
> effects of AffirmIt! include: sudden, uncontrollable urges to prance,
> euphoria, a reckless pursuit of gratification (high-risk business
> investments, fast driving), sudden loss of bowel control, kidney
> failure, hyperventilation, and death.  Contact your project manager if
> these symptoms are bothersome or become worse.
>
>
> [2] Oh, and no rats were harmed during testing.  In fact, many of them
> were so encouraged that they gave up coding altogether and went on to
> star in such movies as Ratatouille, and, well, other movies with rats in
> them.  Except for one rat, which we fed to the boa, but hey, boas gotta
> eat, and anyway, that rat just kept prattling on about SDLC design
> documentation, and never got around to coding anyway.
>
>
> [3] Except in Haskell
>
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>
>
This made me smile. I love Affirmit's language :)