Ron Jacobs

Windows Workflow Foundation

August, 2008

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  • Ron Jacobs

    Tip: Accessing the GAC Quickly and Easily

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    Have you ever been working with a colleague who asked you to do something like show me the GAC and then told you the coolest trick in the book about how to do it? Then for a brief moment you feel like a total dork because you didn't know how to do this...
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    Unit Testing Activities with Windows Workflow Foundation

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    The other day somebody asked me about unit testing activities without writing a test workflow.  While it might be possible to unit test some of the business logic that the class does outside of a workflow it seems to me that you need to test these...
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    TDD and Windows Workflow Foundation

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    In the past year I learned a lot about unit testing and TDD in general.  After meeting some very passionate TDD type guys like Peter Provost (see this ARCast.TV interview for more) and Roy Osherove I became convinced that this style of development...
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    Make your program run as admin on Vista

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    Whenever I look at sample code I always poke around to find interesting things.  I was looking over the new .NET Framework 3.5 Enhancements Training Kit and I found something interesting, They have some tools in the labs setup that run as administrator...
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    The Road to "Oslo"

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    Have you heard about "Oslo"?  This code name applies to a wave of technologies coming your way in the future.  Most of the details have not been released yet but on today's episode of endpoint.tv I interview David Chappell about his...
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    SOAP and REST a Perspective

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    To many people when it comes to web services it is SOAP vs. REST.  I don't like to think of it that way.  I'd prefer to say SOAP and REST.  It seems to me that there is room for both.  Many of you, like me until recently, know little...
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