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Silicon Valley Code Camp October 27-28
Time to register again for this years Code Camp. Technorati tags: .net, code camp, silicon valley, programming ......

Posted On Monday, August 20, 2007 9:20 PM

Picking a great project codename
Back in February we (me and one other co-worker) started on a new project. We were both very excited about the project (and still are) so we needed to come up with a great codename. Since we were both Transformers fans as kids we named all the different components after Transformers characters. And now in July we are almost done with the project, so today we all went to the noon showing of the Transformers movie. Mini-movie-review: if you can get passed the GM advertising, it is an excellent summer ......

Posted On Monday, July 9, 2007 9:12 PM

xUnit Test Patterns: Refactoring Test Code
I already had the book xUnit Test Patterns: Refactoring Test Code on my Amazon wishlist. But after reading Sam Gentile's xUnit Test Patterns and evolving TDD and test automation post today about the book and its topics I've decided to go ahead and order it now. I still have 3 books that I am currently reading ( 1, 2, 3 ) but this will jump to the front of the line when it arrives. EOF Technorati tags: TDD, xUnit, Test Patterns ......

Posted On Sunday, June 10, 2007 6:46 PM

MbUnit 2.4
Thanks to Andrew Stopford and everyone else who works on MbUnit development. MbUnit 2.4 was just released. If you are not unit testing or practicing TDD in your projects, I don't know how you could choose plain old NUnit over MbUnit. If you are using regular NUnit it is very simple to convert your projects MbUnit, they use the same [Test] attribute. MbUnit has: Row Testing: [RowTest] [Row("Hello")] [Row("Goodbye")] public void TestString( string myString ) { // do your tests in here... }More row ......

Posted On Saturday, May 26, 2007 7:13 PM

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