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  • Blog Post: Visual Studio Unit Testing Extensions v1.2.0.0

    Version 1.2.0.0 of these Unit Testing Extensions are available on CodePlex today. The original post that talks about the project can be found here .  An updated NuGet package is also available . This release contains additional assertions on IEnumerable<T>, String, and Type.  Additionally...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio Testing Extensions now available on NuGet

    I have become a huge fan of NuGet lately.  It really makes managing references and dependencies a lot easier. If you are not familiar with NuGet, here is the description from its site: NuGet (formerly known as NuPack) is a free, open source developer focused package management system for the .NET...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio Unit Testing Extensions v1.1.0.0

    I just released version 1.1.0.0 of these Unit Testing Extensions on CodePlex today. The original post that talks about the project can be found here . This release contains additional assertions on DateTime, ICollection<T>, and String. This release is also targeted to the .NET 4 Framework. ...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio Unit Testing Extensions v1.0.0.0 - Continued...

    Last night I wrote a post about the Visual Studio Unit Testing Extensions that I put out on CodePlex . I forgot to mention one of my favorite features that the library provides. I showed how you can use the library to write readable unit tests like the following: [TestMethod] public void NewWay_Test...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio Unit Testing Extensions v1.0.0.0

    This is a personal hobby project that I have been working on recently. The code has been released on CodePlex and can be found here . The Visual Studio Testing Extensions is a library that exposes a set of extension methods to provide a way to write more readable unit tests in the Visual Studio Unit...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio Tip: Get Public Key Token for a Strong Named Assembly

    I can't remember where I picked this tip up from, but I have found it useful on many occasions so I thought that I would share it. Sometimes I need to reference the strong named assembly that I am writing in a config file or some other location, and I need to put in the fully qualified name such as...
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