Monthly Archives: June 2010

Unit Testing your MVC Views

The story around testing your UI JavaScript is getting better and better.  I’ve been using QUnit for a couple of years and it’s not hard to to test individual components of your UI.  One thing that has always bothered me … Continue reading 

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Installing MonoTouch

I trying out MonoTouch for a few sample apps.  I’m going to log my travails as I go.  I’ve done a few sample Objective-C apps as well, so I should be able to do a compare and contrast between the … Continue reading 

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Automated Build ADNUG Presentation

The last ADNUG presentation was on Automated Builds.  We (were supposed) briefly discuss the different build tools available for .Net.  I gave a demo of using Nant, Derrick Bailey demonstrated Rake / Albacore, Jorge Matos demonstrated powereshell / psake and … Continue reading 

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Two Code Camps Last Month

I had the opportunity to speak at two code camps in May.  I spoke at the Iowa Code Camp and of course the Austin Code Camp.  I had a great time in Iowa, and no one made fun of my … Continue reading 

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