Chris Garty's Weblog

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June, 2004

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    Presentation: Refactoring

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    Last week I gave a presentation at the Melbourne Microsoft Developer Group (MDNUG) on Refactoring with code examples in C# (.Net) and using Visual Studio 2005 for some live demonstrations. The slide deck for my Refactoring presentation is available...
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    Presentation: Agile .Net Development - Part 1 - Tools and Basics

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    Last night I gave a presentation at the Melbourne Agile Developer Group (MXPEG) about agile .Net development. The group has a higher proportion of Java developers, so I had volunteered to give a view of agile from a .Net perspective. I only got through...
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    OJB.Net and Generics

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    I posted a little while ago about trying to use reflection with generic types. I have been trying to use a generic list type within OJB.Net (an object relational mapper for .Net). I finished investigating this and thought I'd post a write-up about...
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    OJB.Net and Generics

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    OJB.Net and Generics The released versions of the .Net framework don’t support Generics. However, I am using the Visual Studio Community Technology Preview and have been attempting to use Generics with OJB.Net. In this post/article I’ll...
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    VSTS: Getting coded web tests to run

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    The coded web tests supported by the VSTS test tools really excite me. There are so many web test scenarios that I can now create very easily with a combination of recording and scripting. This will nicely complement the ASP.Net testing capabilities I...
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    Australian TechEd 2004

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    TechEd Australia will be on the 3rd of August in Canberra. Last week Frank Arrigo posted a schedule for the TechEd Australia developer track . It looks excellent and I sure would love to see the two hours worth of Visual Studio Team System demonstrations...
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    Generics in OJB.Net (a.k.a. Generics Type Madness)

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    At iP3 we are using OJB.Net for object relational persistence. It is really easy to use, but it was using an ArrayList by default and we wanted to use the new Whidbey Generics List<> type. When OJB.Net creates objects out of the relational data...
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