April 14, 2007

Yes, I'm returning.

I'm going to talk a little about me. My name is Néstor Salceda and I'm finishing my computer science studies. I'm interested in software engineering: concretely about refactoring, software testing, design by contract, compiler design and implementation and component software.

I have had other blog, but my local home server crashed some time ago. My last weblog address is invalid. This will be my new blog site, special thanks to Sergio Rubio, my dear Sysadmin.

In this blog I'm going to talk about my Google Summer of Code project. I'm going to write some Gendarme Rules for detect bad smells into the code. I may also write about others OSS stuff that I'm writing, for exmple the Babuine Component Model, this is a framework for develop MVC components quickly with Mono.

The smell concept is amazing, when I was reading the Martin Fowler's book called Refactoring. The smells really impressed me. I will write other rules too.

Okey, the last one; as Scott Peterson do, I'm going to post a photo of me.

Photo of me

Well, good luck for all the students that will write the SOC applications. And thanks to mono project for the chance.