I have written about assess previously (n.d.) it is a tool which provides predicates, macros and functions to support testing for Emacs. It is actually agnostic to the test environment, although has specialised support for ERT.
Over the years, a great deal has been written about the ontology of pizza (n.d.a/) It’s a good example, is easy to understand and works surprisingly well in a tutorial context. It is also comes up surprisingly commonly in the public sphere as it did last year on BBC News (n.d.b) The key point of which is this: the pizza maker argues that you can’t have a marinara (tomato and garlic) with added mozzarella because a marinara is pizza rossa which can’t have mozzarella; a margherita (tomato and mozzarella) with garlic is fine though. Ha, those crazy Italians. I paraphrase, of course.
My last blogpost was on logging (n.d.) with the SLF4J library, its inclusion in the OWL API, and its impact on Tawny-OWL. It raised quite a response, not least because it suggested that people ignore the advice of the authors of the library.