Dennis "D.C." Dietrich

C#, .NET and the Curse of the Resource Fork - A Tester's Tale

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  • Blog Post: D.C. and the Wrapper Factory

    A while ago I wrote about using reflection for testing non-public members . Since then I've been increasingly annoyed by the repetitive nature of that approach. At some point it occurred to me that it should be possible to automate the mundane and boring task of writing the same kind of reflection code...
  • Blog Post: EMTF 2.0 Beta released

    It's been a couple of months since I first blogged about EMTF . Since then I've been busy refining and extending the framework and I'm happy to announce that the beta release of version 2.0 is finally done! Special thanks to Josh Poley since a lot of the new functionality is based on his feedback. So...
  • Blog Post: HTTP debugging for Silverlight developers (Mac OS X edition)

    Many posts have been written about how to debug problems with issuing HTTP requests from Silverlight applications, particularly in the context of web services and WCF (see for example Debugging Web Service Usage in Silverlight 2 or Faults and Exceptions when using Web Services in Silverlight 2 ). As...
  • Blog Post: Introducing EMTF

    A while ago a needed to do what I like to call quick and dirty testing , i.e. getting as much test coverage as possible in a given period of time. To make things worse, I was working on a client-server feature requiring a bit of setup in order to work in the first place and wanted to cover both sides...
  • Blog Post: Transitionals - About a little piece of Acropolis that wanted to become open source

    While Microsoft is certainly not an open source company there are some instances of code drops from, and open source projects started by teams at Microsoft that are released under licenses which comply with the definition of open source as defined by the Open Source Initiative (OSI) . One well-known...
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