- Working hard and enjoying every minute of it.
- using the asp.net lego blocks to create a synchronized Kanban board.
- Tip to become a successful software engineer.
- ASP.Net Web Config Transform Console Utility released on nuget
- Are your unit tests still hard to read ? – Should Assertion Library
- Using sql compact for integration tests with entity framework.
Category Archives: Tools
There are lots of editors that can view large XML files, such as Visual Studio, Notepad++, UltraEdit and so on. But all of these have one flaw – they try and do too much in viewing XML. Things like coloring, … Continue reading
Using Solution Factory inside of NuPack opens up a great new world of creating Solution Level templates. Previously, I wrote a lot of code in Solution Factory that just kept running into edge cases working against the Visual Studio automation … Continue reading
Back in the day, I used to develop scheduled tasks by writing my own task scheduler and batch execution program. I don’t think at the time I knew about the Task Scheduler service built in to Windows. It support just … Continue reading
One of the essential development tools (found on Hanselman’s tools list) is a better command shell. The regular “cmd.exe” that comes with every version of Windows is quite lame. Console offers a host of improvements over the build-in command prompt, … Continue reading
Developer Express Inc. develops Feature-Complete Components for ASP.Net and Winforms, Reporting Tools, IDE Add-ins, and Business Application Frameworks for Visual Studio. Information at www.devexpress.com On behalf of the Austin .Net Users Group (ADNUG) and every attendee of Code Camp 2010, … Continue reading
MsDeploy is a newish technology that is a bit schizophrenic. What I mean is that it is a tool that is useful to both Developers and Administrators but it is not clear from the documentation how to best use the … Continue reading
Early this week we ( Jeffrey Palermo and I ) gave a Continuous Integration Workshop in Austin. We were able to record the workshop and our company Headspring Systems made the recordings available on their website. There is just under … Continue reading
At the continuous integration workshop Headspring Systems held in Austin this week one of the topics that we covered was Database Integration. We are still in the process of publishing the videos of the entire workshop but I thought I … Continue reading
I am doing a Continuous Integration Workshop next Tuesday. The admission is free and will be held at the Microsoft Office. To register go here: http://www.headspringsystems.com/services/agile-training/continuous-integration/ This will cover the basics of what continuous integration is as well … Continue reading
There were some changes to the nCover xml reports for code coverage which will break your existing integration with cruise control .net. Specifically if you use the Statistics feature of Cruise Control which is one of the best features … Continue reading