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  • Blog Post: Behavior Driven Development

    At the last Fargo Moorhead Developers meeting we had a great presentation from Max Pool about Behavior Driven Development. It sounded strangely like TDD. After the meeting I jumped online and researched it some. I wanted to post the links and important excerpts that provided me the most insight into...
  • Blog Post: Ward Cunningham on Patterns and XP

    Ward Cunningham recently did a great interview with TSS.Net . In the interview he talks at length on some great topics including XP, patterns, team development, communication, simplicity, testing, and feedback. If you haven't seen it already, it is definitely worth the bandwidth. It is available in two...
  • Blog Post: Spring has arrived!

    In the land down-under, it is springtime. The birds are chirping louder, the days are getting longer, and the sun is getting hotter. I even got sunburnt playing soccer on Sunday :). And for .Net developers Spring in another form has arrived in joyous splendor... Spring.Net 0.6 RC1 has been released ...
  • Blog Post: Dependency Injection: World changing concept or nothing special?

    That was the question that I got asked about a month ago. My response was "something in the middle". I like Dependency Injection . It facilitates testing, it facilitates change, and it facilitates clean design. I have been thinking about container assisted dependency injection lately and have been playing...
  • Blog Post: Presentation: Agile .Net Development - Part 1 - Tools and Basics

    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 half of my material last night, so I'll be talking...
  • Blog Post: VSTS: Getting coded web tests to run

    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 already have thanks to NUnitAsp . However when...
  • Blog Post: Safer C# Constructor-based Dependency Injection with readonly

    Most people would have used the const keyword while doing C# development, but I had never heard of the readonly keyword before. Well, this weekend I had a friend point out this keyword and the first usage that came to mind was constructor-based dependency injection . Here is the clarification of the...
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