- 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
Although I’m no big believer of code generation, the micro-code generation of ReSharper can be a huge timesaver. For every common snippet of code or common file I would create, I could create a simple template that might create a … Continue reading
When I set about integrating Selenium into my test suites, I found all the information I needed to do that with but had to hunt and peck through my google searches to find it. So, as a point of reference, … Continue reading
After playing around with the T4 templates in the Asp.Net MVC release, I wanted to test out what a more complete solution would look like. Here are some screen shots and mock ups to demonstrate what the tooling experience … Continue reading
One of the features I was really excited about for the MVC RC was the template/Model based scaffolding support in the Add View and Add Controller menu options inside of visual studio. I think that they have made a … Continue reading
For what it is worth I thought I would share what my current application stack for Enterprise Web Application / Line of Business Applications. When these tools are used together they allow me to develop in a frictionless way. I … Continue reading
Maybe I’m a little late noticing this, but the Labs option once you’re in your gmail settings: I was using the Better Gmail plugin from LifeHacker for a while before Google upgraded gmail. I enjoyed the fact that my signature … Continue reading
Due to the new policies by Assembla.com (not allowing free private source repositories), I’ve had to finally grab another server and stand-up Visual SVN Server. It’s free, VERY easy to manage and worked like a charm once installed. Kudos to … Continue reading
So I recently started twittering… or tweeting. I’m not sure what the correct lingo is, so hook me up if you know. It all started a while back when James announced that he was the newest Twit. He mentioned a … Continue reading
Patterns of Enterprise Application Architecture defines Lazy Load as: An object that doesn’t contain all of the data you need but knows how to get it. A while back I was trying to figure out how to lazy load … Continue reading