Category Archives: tutorial

NHibernate 3 Beginners Guide published

I am very pleased to announce that my book NHibernate 3 Beginners Guide has finally been published. It is a wonderful feeling to finally have a book in my hands that cost me a couple of months of intense work. … Continue reading 

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WIX and Custom Actions

Introduction I write this blog-post mainly because I found it hard to get the necessary information about how to create custom actions for WIX. Documentation is sparse and/or incomplete as in many other OSS projects. In a previous blog post … Continue reading 

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Fluent Silverlight – Implementing a fluent API

Please view the table of content of this series for reference. Introduction Quite some time has passed since we published our Fluent Silverlight framework. In the mean time we have been very busy extending the framework and using it in … Continue reading 

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Article series on NHibernate and Fluent NHibernate – Part 3

Today the third part of my series on NHibernate and Fluent NHibernate went live. You can read it here. Summary In part 3 of this article series about NHibernate and Fluent NHibernate I have discussed how to let Fluent NHibernate … Continue reading 

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Walking through the creation of a complex installer package

Introduction In this post I want to describe the issues and pain points I had when trying to generate a setup package for a complex product with many thousand of files. This is a post mainly for self documenting purposes … Continue reading 

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Tutorial about mocking with Rhino Mocks and Moq

I was asked to write a tutorial about mocking with Rhino Mocks on DotNetSlackers. Introduction When using TDD to develop an application it is essential that the system under test (SUT) can be tested in isolation. That is, only the … Continue reading 

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