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A matter of perception

As a consultant, I have the opportunity to work at a wide range of clients. I get a lot of variety this way, and it keeps things interesting. It also gives me a chance to see patterns across different companies. … Continue reading

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The real-world value of high test coverage

I’d like to share a real-world example of where having good test coverage has paid off for me personally. First, a little background. I’ve explained unit testing to many different clients, and on many different projects. Some of these have … Continue reading

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Tech Night, August 12th

I’m giving a presentation on August 12th at QSI.  I think it’s a pretty cool one if I must say so myself.  Come learn about T4 templating and what it can do for you.  What it’s doing for me at … Continue reading

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Who needs RowTest?

I’ve heard a lot of developers bash one unit testing framework or another because of the lack of the RowTest attribute, which I beleive originated in MbUnit, at least as far as .net developers are concerned. If it came over … Continue reading

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IoC Auto-registration

I’ve used IoC containers on several projects now, and quite frankly never want to live without them again.  They make so many things easier for me that they have become part of my way of designing.  I like deciding in … Continue reading

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Book Review: Anathem by Neal Stephenson

Have you ever been at a party and two drunk and/or stoned guys are sitting in the corner discussing the meaning of life or the nature of existence?  Would you have any interest in reading a transcript of that conversation?  … Continue reading

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Framework Design Guidelines (Second Edition)

I meant to write about this book a while back, but got caught up in a bunch of projects and didn’t get around to it.  If you haven’t bought this book yet, you really should.  The first edition has been … Continue reading

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