Being Scott Densmore

One Angry Coder

August, 2004

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    New Idea for XmlComments

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    Now that the InfoPath team has release the new SDK, I am inspired to do something new. I love the fact that we have XmlComments in C# and that it has the support including comments from external files. This makes it easier to separate the comments so...
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    Back in my day... we called that a memory leak

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    .NET is cool, but it still gives me fits sometimes. I was writing a test and in my fixture I was checking that the events I set up on my class where getting fired correctly. All things are going well on each individual test, but when I ran them all together...
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    Even Shakespeare new the truth in software

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    I know that this is not really Shakespeare, but I couldn’t resist. One of my favorite movies is Shakespeare in love and I am going to list the quote and then update it for today: FENNYMAN: This time the boots are coming off! HENSLOWE: What have...
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    TLA to the MAX

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    DB says Congrats to the XMLP WG for getting the MTOM and XOP specs to CR. To this I have only one reply: "Seeing as how the DB is such a VIP, shouldn't we keep the PC on the QT? 'Cause if it leaks to the VC, he could end up an MIA, and then we'd all be...
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    IServiceProvider my old new friend

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    I used to work with IServiceProvider in my COM days (sshhh don’t tell anyone). It was a great way to build communication lines between objects and then proffer (IProfferService) other services. To do this, you need to be a container for services...
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    More IServiceProvider

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    Damien Morton gave me a pointer to his blog about IServiceProvider. More good stuff J . For all those out there that are paying attention, I know that this pattern of usage can and does lead to singleton use… and given my rant about singletons...
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    (Off Topic) Now for something completely different...

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    This weekend I was playing with my little girls when the 4 year old reminded me I was getting soft around the middle (like Santa). So now I have determined I must remove all Santa like qualities from my body, so it looks like I need to take these rusty...
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    TDD with CAS

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    Brian Button and myself have been talking heavily on how we do CAS Unit Testing. Here are a couple of links that will help out. I think it is about running tests in a separate AppDomain. Here are some links to look at as I work more on this…. http...
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