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  • Rob Caron

    James Newkirk on Quick & Dirty Compatibility of NUnit & VSTS Unit Testing

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    James Newkirk did a quick & dirty test to see what it'll take to re-use NUnit unit tests in Visual Studio Team System and the results are promising. Quick & Dirty Compatibility You say this new unit testing tool in VS Team System is something...
  • Rob Caron

    UPDATED: Creating and Running Unit Tests Walkthrough

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    For those that have a copy of the Visual Studio 2005 May 2004 CTP, we just posted an update to the unit test walkthrough on our GotDotNet Workspace : v1.0.4168 ====== Updated "Creating and Running Unit Tests". In the procedure "Create and Execute a Manual...
  • James Newkirk's Blog

    Quick & Dirty Compatibility

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    You say this new unit testing tool in VS Team System is something that you want to use but you have a large number of existing tests in NUnit. For some reason you don’t have a great desire to walk through and change all the attribute names. Well...
  • Achim Ruopp

    i18n

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    I've been playing with the idea to blog for a while - now I'm in it and it wasn't too difficult to get started. I think the hardest thing is to consider what to blog about. I plan to blog about the thing I care about most in computing - internationalization...
  • Visual Studio Editor Blog

    Yet Another Introduction…

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    Hi, I am Zach Anderson , another dev working on Editor/Browsing/Navigation in VS. I am primarily focused on browsing and navigation features like object browser, class view, etc. My role includes technical leadership for this area, as well as design...
  • Santomania

    XPath Injection attacks - the "other white meat"?

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    Everyone knows about securing apps from SQL injection attacks, but how many of you have given consideration to XPath injection protection? This (PDF:"Blind Xpath Injection") is a good introduction. A short excerpt shows why XPath injection can be more...
  • jaybaz [MS] WebLog

    Properties with events: another attempt

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    See also: Properties as objects The goal here is to have a class with a property that implements the Observer pattern , based on a statement in Object Thinking that all classes should support this. (I’m not sure I agree, but I’m exploring...
  • Stephen Toub

    July 2004 MSDN Magazine now online!

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    The July 2004 issue of MSDN Magazine is now available online! http://msdn.microsoft.com/msdnmag/issues/04/07/default.aspx with the July installment of .NET Matters available here: http://msdn.microsoft.com/msdnmag/issues/04/07/NETMatters/default...
  • Visual ActiveKent Sharkey .NET SE 3.11

    Disabling comments (hopefully temporarily)

    Until the blog spam problem goes away, or I have time to play Whack-a-mole more, I'm disabling comments. Send them directly to me if you really must tell me something. TTFN - Kent
  • Larry Osterman's WebLog

    Why do we all use Wintel machines these days?

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    Barry Dorrans made a comment on Monday’s blog post that reminded me of the old IBM PC technical reference manual. In my opinion, this document is the only reason that we’re all using wintel computers these days (as opposed to Apple MacIntoshs...
  • Code/Tea/Etc...

    Visual Basic Power Pack Article Up on MSDN

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    If you follow other people's blogs, then you've probably heard about the Power Pack by now, but I'm happy to annouce that the overview article (complete with pictures!!) is available on MSDN! Check it out by clicking here!
  • Powertoys WebLog

    MbUnit 2.15.1 Beta released....

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    [Via Peli's Blog ] MbUnit 2.1.5.1 Beta is ready for download. Try it and send me the problems you encounter... Download for .Net v1.1 Download for .Net v1.0 We have a menu! From the Official Web Site: " MbUnit is an evolutive Unit...
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