Monthly Archives: March 2007

Test Driven Development – Is it good or bad?

For short: BAD. I’ve been thinking about this for a while and reading Michael Puleio’s blog [^] [^] has made me think even more about this. What is often referred as Test Driven Development (TDD) is actually Test First Development (TFD), … Continue reading

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Supermarket 2.0

I usually don’t blog about stuff like this, but with all the hype about Web 2.0 (and all other stuff 2.0), I couldn’t let it pass. Supermarket 2.0

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MSDN Webcast: New Capabilities in Enterprise Library 3.0 (Level 300)

Tom Hollander and Edward Jezierski did an MSDN webcast about the New Capabilities in Enterprise Library 3.0. If you are interested and missed it, you can view an online replay or download it from here: MSDN Webcast: New Capabilities in Enterprise Library 3.0 (Level … Continue reading

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MSDN Webcast: How to Use the Web Client Software Factory (Level 300)

Blaine Wastell and Michael Puleio did an MSDN webcast about Web Client Software Factory. If you are interested and missed it, you can view an online replay or download it from here: MSDN Webcast: How to Use the Web Client Software Factory (Level 300)

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The Laws of Unit Testing

Reading this post from Michael Puleio’s blog I got to this post from Michael Feathers’ blog. In his post Michael Feathers doesn’t state what a unit test is, but what a unit test isn’t. And, sometimes, this is just enough to … Continue reading

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Yet Another Way for Using the "using" Keyword

There are two uses for the C# using keyword: The using statement: Defines a scope, outside of which an object or objects will be disposed. using (TransactionScope transactionScope = new TransactionScope()) {     // … } The using directive: The … Continue reading

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Getting MethodInfo using LINQ

At the last MVP Global Summit, Mads showed me and Rich a way to get the MethodInfo of a method in a strongly typed way using LINQ. Here is how you can do it:public static class TypeHelper { public delegate … Continue reading

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There’s a new Application Block in the Enterprise Library – the Policy Injection Application Block

There’s a new Application Block in the Enterprise Library – the Policy Injection Application Block - and Ed Jezierski is telling all about it.

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