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    Unit testing with Microsoft Moles

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    I’ve been thinking for a while: “How come Microsoft doesn’t have a Mocking Library like Moq , Rhino Mock , NMock , Typemock , etc?”. Off course you could argue that we don’t need one of our own, you could use one of the existing once or you could just...
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    The Git Command Line 101 for Windows Users

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    I'm currently working on a project using Git as source control system and I thought it would be useful to write down some notes and questions that have been answered during this project. Git, GitHub and TFS, what's what? So, here is a really good...
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    VSTS Developer Edition merges with Database Edition

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    Good news for all you developers that are also working with databases (I know... that's probably all of you.) We have made changes to Visual Studio Team System Editions. From now on Developer Edition and Database Edtion can be seen as one Edition. If...
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    Test Driven Development, TDD, will become quicker and better with Visual Studio Team System 2010

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    We have just recently started to talk about our next developer tool, Visual Studio Team System 2010, and I must say that I’m in love with one new feature already. Ok, I haven’t really tried it yet for myself, but just to read about this feature makes...
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    Silverlight 2

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    Yesterday, we released Silverlight 2. You can learn more about Silverlight 2 and install it on the official Microsoft Silverlight Site . I for sure will dig deep into Silverlight in a couple of days. silverlight.RealeaseNewVersionToPublic( new Version...
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    Installing the Visual Studio 2008 Development Stack… in the right order

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    I just installed Windows 7 RC and once again found myself sitting with a clean Windows installation with no applications installed. That might be a nice feeling, but if you are like me, you will start to feel bored and actually a little bit lost within...
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    Creating and hosting a minimal WCF Service in .NET 4

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    12th of March… that’s the date when we release Visual Studio 2010 and .NET Framework 4. I’m so excited and if you have a MSDN Subscription you can already download the Release Candidate right now. If you don’t have a MSDN Subscription you’ll have to wait...
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    Creating and Hosting an even more Minimal WCF Service in .NET 4 using F#

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    Visual Studio 2010 and .NET 4 will include support for a new language called F#. I must admit that you have to learn how to love F#, it’s not that often love at first sight, because you just can’t figure out what is going on. Even though I’m beginning...
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    Refreshing my Linq skills

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    ... and just thought I could share my experience with you. My training in the US is over and I’ve been back in Sweden for two weeks. It’s been two busy weeks with several customer meetings and an ALM Workshop… and ALM is Application Lifecycle Management...
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    TechEd Europe 2013

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    I'm currently preparing for my session at TechEd Europe 2013 and I suddenly feel the urge to once again start blogging to my own MSDN Blog. The last years I've been busy updating other blogs, social networks etc. but my own blog has kind of been left...
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