January, 2006

  • Clark Sell

    What's new in the TFS Release Candidate?

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    Check out this post from Jeff Beehler for all the details.
  • Clark Sell

    Reaching out, Toshiba Tecra M4 Mouse Lag

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    I received my Toshiba Tecra M4 around 7 months ago. Like any, there are pro's and con's; overall not a bad machine. One thing that just drives me crazy it's the random mouse lag. Does anyone know a fix for this? If so, please comment!
  • Clark Sell

    Simple NMock Working Sample

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    Based on some conversations I had today, here is a simple NMock example. NMockExample.zip (17.19 KB)
  • Clark Sell

    Testing Code Snippets

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    Code Snippets just rock. I thought I would post my testing code snippets. CSTestSnippets.zip (2.2 KB) VBTestSnippets.zip (2.13 KB) Just add them to the appropriate place under "My Documents\Visual Studio 2005\Code Snippets\"
  • Clark Sell

    Converting a csproj into a test csproj

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    Short answer. It's as simple as adding one line to your csproj which in turn tells the IDE to treat that project like a test project. Add the following line to your main PropertyGroup: <ProjectGuid>{04082EBA-C85C-4336-B3FD-9891096BAA0F...
  • Clark Sell

    VSTS User Education Team Blog

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    Rob Caron has relaunched the VSTS User Education Team Blog . If you are working with TFS then you need this on your blogroll. Be sure to check out the following three posts: VSTS Backup and Restore Procedures Team Foundation Server Permissions ...
  • Clark Sell

    TFS Release Candidate is Coming

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    Start getting ready, TFS RC is on it's way. Thank you Jeff for the heads up!
  • Clark Sell

    Unit Testing with Anonymous Methods

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    Mark Seemann recently published a great post demonstrating the use of anonymous methods in unit testing events. Testing Events Using Anonymous Methods That just rocks, thanks Mark!
  • Clark Sell

    VS 2002 / 2003 / 2005 Conversions and Building

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    The following are some different resources to either convert your Visual Studio 2002/2003 projects to Visual Studio 2005 or just target the 1.1 framework in Visual Studio 2005. Step-By-Step Guide to Converting Web Projects from Visual Studio .NET...
  • Clark Sell

    Configuration Management in .NET 2.0

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    Paulo Reichert posted a GREAT walkthrough / sample using the new Configuration Management features of .Net 2.0 .
  • Clark Sell

    Multiple Test Runs in one BuildType

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    If you are using TeamBuild then this post is for you. In TeamExplorer when you create a new build type it will create a *.proj file. During the creation of this build type, you will be asked which TestLists you would like executed in that build type...
  • Clark Sell

    ExpectedException Exception Message Validation

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    While you cannot validate you exception's message in the ExpectedException attribute all is not lost. Lets walk through three scenarios. In all three tests you will see an Assert.Fail in the try block. You need this statement in case the target doesn...
  • Clark Sell

    http://blogs.msdn.com/csell

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    It was finally time to join the long list of fellow Microsoft bloggers. You will now find a subset of http://csell.net content @ http://blogs.msdn.com/csell .
  • Clark Sell

    Virtual PC's Differencing Disks

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    I love Virtual PC, and I use if for all of my development. I have a ton of VPC's just sucking up MAJOR disk space. I ran across and article from Andrew Connell , HOWTO: Use Virtual PC's Differencing Disks to your Advantage . I wish I would have known...
  • Clark Sell

    ExpectedException might not be what you've expected

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    If you've switched from NUnit to the VSTS Unit Testing then I am pretty sure you've used the ExpectedException attribute. If you haven't it looks something like this: [ExpectedException( typeof ( ApplicationException ), "Message" )] Using it...
  • Clark Sell

    Convert Your Code to HTML

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    Nice little web utility to convert your code into HTML http://puzzleware.net/codeHTMLer/
  • Clark Sell

    VSTS on VSTS on Channel 9

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    A few of my VSTS comrades discuss VSTS http://channel9.msdn.com/showpost.aspx?postid=139114
  • Clark Sell

    System.Diagnostics Tracing and DebugView

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    The other day I ran across DebugView by Sysinternals . After playing with it for a few I suddenly had a re-found love for System.Diagnostics . “DebugView is an application that lets you monitor debug output on your local system, or any computer on...
  • Clark Sell

    MSTest.exe

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    Stumbled across a command line tool ( MSTest ) which executes your VSTS test list. You can call if from a Visual Studio command prompt or @ C:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio 8\Common7\IDE Upon execution this will create the same output as if...
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