Jesse Schell gives a brief walkthrough of what the world would be like if everything was somehow interconnected as part of one giant game, where you get points for waking up on time and for brushing your teeth, and changeable e-ink tattoos that earn you points through the “Tatoogle AdSense” programme, and a new high-score on your daughter’s piano practice earns her points for her Arts Council funded music scholarship...
It’s only 10 minutes long; hang around for the finale, it’s good.
“Anyway, I’m not sure about all that, but I do know this stuff is coming. Man, it’s got to come; what’s going to stop it?”
[Via TED: Best of the Web]
written on 07-Aug-2013
Hi Bob,Thanks for the great post. Just for your information. The mssett.exe included with the visual studio 2010 has a few more options, one of which is :/testcontainer:[file name]. You may use this option to specify a dll which contains the tests to run all the tests in it. In this way, you don't have to create the testmetadata file if you want to run all the cases in it. As far as I can see, the testmetadata option is useful when only part of the tests need to be run.