There wasn’t massive demand for an ‘almost brewed’ link post, so I’m putting that idea on the back burner.


  • Introducing Crack.NET – Josh Smith releases Crack.NET, a tool which allows you to inspect and manipulate the managed objects in the memory of another process. Also it allows you to write scripts in IronPython and have them run in Crack.NET allowing you to do all kinds of manipulations.
  • Jack – Jack is a JavaScript library providing mocking capabilities for testing in JavaScript.
  • Neptune (personal SMTP testing server) – Donovan Brown releases Neptune, an SMTP server which doesn’t actually relay messages – it simply accepts them, and provides means for you to inspect the content of the messages. This is a really useful addition for anyone who is writing tests for mail sending applications.
  • Mono 2.0 OSX Installer Ready – Miguel de Icaza announces the release of an installer for Mono on Mac OSX