ploeh blog

Mark Seemann's discontinued .NET blog.

August, 2006

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About ploeh blog

Mark Seemann was a software development engineer working for Microsoft in Copenhagen, Denmark. This was his (professional) blog. Please visit the current ploeh blog instead.

All postings are provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confer no rights. Any opinions expressed in this blog are solely those of the author and not official positions of Microsoft Corporation.

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    How To Dispose Members From Forms

    When you create a new Form (or UserControl for that matter), Visual Studio creates it as a partial class, with the designer-generated code going into the *.Designer.cs file. One other piece of code that also goes into the designer code is an override...
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    Test Types

    The recent discussion spawned by my former post has prompted me to write this entry about test types. There's not a single clear definition of what a unit test is, so sometimes people approach me with unit testing challenges that don't really relate to...
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    Volatile Dependencies

    Unit testing is all about testing your code in isolation from its dependencies. Why is it important to isolate your code from its dependencies? There may be several reasons: A dependency introduces a requirement to set up and configure the environment...
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    Speaking At TechEd, Barcelona

    TechEd Developers 2006 is in Barcelona in November, and I have had the honor of being invited to deliver a talk on unit testing best practices using Visual Studio 2005 Team System. Since breakout sessions at Microsoft conferences are always one hour and...
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    Debugging When Property Reads Have Side Effects

    The last couple of days, I've been working with some code where there was a side effect when a particular property was read. This made it more cumbersome to debug the code, until a very simple solution dawned on me. It's so stupidly simple that I suspect...
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