ploeh blog

Mark Seemann's discontinued .NET blog.

March, 2008

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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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    Leapling

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    Something's been bugging me for all of March. Okay, so maybe not all the time, but it keeps coming back to me. Back at February 29, I took my daughter to kindergarten as always. In one of the other rooms, a sign (as well as flags and such) proclaimed...
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    Provider Injection With Funcs

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    Some of the new stuff in .NET 3.5 makes it much easier to implement Provider Injection . If you take a close look at the provider definition, you may discover that when used with Provider Injection, only a single method (Create, or something similarly...
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    CertificateInstaller

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    In what is increasingly beginning to look like a series of posts on using Installers for fixture setup , this time I'll be revisiting my old post on performing integration testing with certificates . As it turns out, installing and subsequently removing...
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    Typemock

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    Roy recently posted his thoughts on Typemock - whether it's too powerful and will kill TDD. His conclusion seems to be a confident no , and he argues well, but I have to disagree with some of his points. However, first of all, I have to state that...
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    Why Federation Matters

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    Ayende recently griped about the complexity of Federation and WCF . While I hope I have already communicated my (partial) consent, as well as some additional remarks on the cause of this in the comments, a comment by s ig prompted me to write this post...
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