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How to write your unit tests to switch between NUnit and MSTest
On my current project I found it useful to use both NUnit and MsTest for unit testing. When using ReSharper for running unit tests, it just simply works better with NUnit, and on large scale projects NUnit tends to run faster. We would have just simply used NUnit for everything, but MSTest gave us a few bonuses out of the box that were hard to pass up. Namely code coverage (without having to shell out thousands of extra dollars for the privilege) and integrated tests into the build process. I’m one ......

Posted On Saturday, September 15, 2012 1:17 PM

Remote Debugging across Domains made easy
Back from hiatus. I've never had an excuse to do remote debugging until recently, but I've always heard that it's a serious pain in the ***, hence, I avoided it. Recently I really needed it to work, and of course, it didn't. Remote debugging seems to be a little easier than it used to be, and if you do enough searching you'll eventually find what you need. Here's the short version: Step 1: Go here: ......

Posted On Sunday, May 17, 2009 3:41 PM

To var or not to var, that is the question
I started this blog back in September with a particular purpose in mind. Every yahoo and his brother has a blog these days, and by far the majority of them are absolute trash, but every so often there's a gem. As developers, we seem to mostly agree on which ones are the gems. Non-developers most likely have different lists, depending on their focus. There's a long list of blogs I love to read, and couldn't possibly hope to be counted among them, but one day I realized something. There's a lot of ......

Posted On Sunday, December 21, 2008 9:16 PM

Delegates 101
It doesn't seem like all that long ago I was trying to get my head around exactly what a delegate was. Honestly it wasn't that hard for me coming from a C++ background, since they were an awful lot like function pointers. But still, the concept was just a little different. In the interest of making your UI more responsive, it's a good idea to thread some of the more intense work that occurs in your application. As soon as you say "Threading", a lot of people blanch and go pale, but it's really not ......

Posted On Wednesday, September 10, 2008 2:01 PM

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