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  • Blog Post: The new DLL Hell (aka as Nugget)

    Today I was preparing a demo about Continuous Deployment to Azure from TFSService. For that demo I created a basic ASP.Net MVC4 with the internet Template, and try to build & deploy from TFS Service. Nothing "fancy" here, however when I start the first build I started to get Build Errors because...
  • Blog Post: trx2html 0.7.3 supports VS 2012

    This is a really minor version just to cover some minor differences in the trx generated with VS2012. The first thing to mention is that VS2012 does not generate trx from the IDE, so if you still want to have those files you need to run your tests from the command line using MSTest.exe or vstest.console...
  • Blog Post: Software Costs, Bugs, Agile and UnitTesting

    One picture is better than thousand words
  • Blog Post: Video del proyecto de Trasmediterranea

    Ahora que ya se ha terminado el proyecto, y por tanto podemos hablar de él en público. Mis compañeros de DPE me han dado la oportunidad de contarlo en el lanzamiento de Visual Studio 12. Sólo tenia 20 minutos asi que aquí dejo un enlace al video: http://channel9...
  • Blog Post: Nuevo artículo sobre gestión de la configuración en Windows Azure

    Hacia tiempo que no escribia nada, y nunca a medias con nadie. Esta vez estoy colaborado con Raúl para crear una herramienta que facilite la gestión de la configuración de aplicaciones .NET en Windows Azure. De momento, y según seguimos avanzando, hemos asentado los conceptos...
  • Blog Post: From UnitTests to FirstRuns

    Ya sabeis (los que me conoceis, o me seguís en este blog) que he sido un defensor y casi fan-atico de las pruebas unitarias desde hace muchos años. Antes incluso de que VisualStudio empezase a incluir TestMethods. Incluso tengo alguna herramienta publicada como http://trx2html.codeplex...
  • Blog Post: Detectar Código Copiado

    Algunos lo llaman "código similar", o "código clonado", pero no nos engañemos estamos hablando de código copiado. ¿Y que hay de malo en copiar código? Nada, a no ser que te copies a ti mismo, me explico, si copias código de otro sitio, para utilizarlo...
  • Blog Post: The TM3Project

    Hoy me han retado a "radiar" todo lo que estamos haciendo en el día a día de un proyecto, como no via Twitter. La idea es mostrar con pequeños ejemplos el tipo de cosas que hacemos para conseguir ser #superagile !! Compartir experiencias tratando un ProductBackLog con Story Points...
  • Blog Post: Mi Obsesión: No Depurar

    Tengo una obsesión al trabajar leyendo/escribiendo/cambiando código: no depurar . Puede parecer muy ambicioso, pero cada vez que me veo en la necesidad de depurar es porque me faltan pruebas unitarias, o hay una “deuda con el diseño” Depurar puede convertirse en un agujero negro de tiempo. La mayoría...
  • Blog Post: trx2html 0.7 (Beta)

    Acabo de publicar una nueva versión de trx2html. http://trx2html.codeplex.com/releases/view/66144 Hay pocas novedades funcionales en esta versión (ver más abajo). Pero lo realmente nuevo es que he cambiado drásticamente el diseño de la herramienta. Las versiones anteriores se basaban en una combinación...
  • Blog Post: Test Class Inheritance Revisited

    Some years ago I used to use inheritance in my unit test class design, mainly to avoid code duplication. When VS2005 introduced unit tests, this was one of the most requested features.. but with time, it has been forgotten. Today, I was creating some integration tests that called a WCF service, so I...
  • Blog Post: Workshop de Pruebas con VS2010

      El próximo 29 de Abril voy a participar en un workshop acerca de “Pruebas en el desarrollo de aplicaciones empresariales”. Para registrarse, podeis utilizar este formulario: https://msevents.microsoft.com/CUI/EventDetail.aspx?EventID=1032449518&Culture=es-ES El objetivo, además de convencer...
  • Blog Post: Chaos 2009 reports shows more projects failing…

    .. and less successful projects. Almost every presentation about software methodologies starts with a reference of the Chaos Report from the Standish group. But because everytime I saw this report it referes to a 1995 study I have started to do not beleive in the information it shows. However, today...
  • Blog Post: Un equipo no es un grupo de personas, en un "estado mental"

    Hace poco me encontré con una charla de Angel Medinilla http://www.irekia.euskadi.net/es/news/1186-angel-medinilla-habla-sobre-gestion-agil-proyectos-ciclo-talleres-innovacion-publica en la cual menciona una frase que me parece "genial": "un equipo no es un grupo de personas. Es un estado mental"...
  • Blog Post: Great ALM Icons

    TMap for Visual Studio 2010 [ http://tmap.codeplex.com/ ] is a testing focused process guidance, looks great !! ..and it has a nice icon set to illustrate the software lifecycle like the development and test ones
  • Blog Post: Moles

    I’ve been interesting in unit testing for some years now. One major aspect of unit testing is about how use designs that allows a separation of concerns so you can test your program as units (usually at class level), for this the interface basic programming is a MUST. Once you start with interfaces,...
  • Blog Post: TestResults Reports in TFS Builds

    If you use TFSBuilds with VS UnitTests, you know how to inspect the TestResults: you must download the whole directory to your local machine, and sometimes this folder could be pretty huge. So, if you want to check the error details of your tests, you can use my tool trx2html to convert the *.trx...
  • Blog Post: Testing with VS2005 Demo

    Today's workshop was based on a demo to show all the vs features about testing, it covers: Unit Tests (With MockObjects) Integration Tests (Using ASP.Net Host) Functional Tests (With Web Tests) Load Tests (With testcontrollers and test agents) I've packed all the code in a zip that...
  • Blog Post: My Workshop about testing

    Tomorrow I will be talking about Testing with VS2005, here is my presentation: http://blogs.msdn.com/rido/attachment/1156243.ashx If you are interested in the code samples, please let me know and I will send you the latest version
  • Blog Post: Using Code Coverage with Manual Testing

    http://blogs.msdn.com/marcalt/archive/2006/07/02/654157.aspx A good thing to remember about CodeCoverage in VSTS... however I wonder how to evaluate this metric because "manual testing" is slow... I don't think you could reach more than 20% CC with manual testing in a reasonable amount of time...
  • Blog Post: Two Rules from Grady Booch

    Grady Booch (the legendary methodologist) talks in an interview about architectural patterns. I loved one sentence from this interview, when he answered the question: "What are the hallmarks of successful large software projects?", he said: "Here are the two rules, and everything else is detail. First...
  • Blog Post: trx2html

    Updated !! now this tool has it's own homepage at codeplex www.codeplex.com/trx2html ----------------------------------------------------------------- As I said in my previous post , I'm working on a tool to convert trx files (TestRun Results from VSTS) into HTML reports. one image is better...
  • Blog Post: Rido's agile books list

    I have published aan Amazon list with my favorite agile books http://www.amazon.com/gp/richpub/listmania/fullview/1LHHR9AYGE60N/002-6823113-7530423 (comments are in spanish)
  • Blog Post: NUnit 2.2.3

    I was waiting for the new version, it has been tested with .Net 2.0 RTM. http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=10749
  • Blog Post: Petzold and new IDEs

    With the proximity of VS 2005 launch everybody is talking about IDEs. I know it's not a new discussion, IDE vs Editors, VS vs Notepad, Eclipse vs VIM ... Charles Petzold has written a piece http://charlespetzold.com/etc/DoesVisualStudioRotTheMind.html that has been popular see http://it.slashdot.org...
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