Category Archives: General

Some foundational ideas for automated testing

Let’s get the blanket statement out of the way, shall we? Automated testing is hard We have all sorts of strategies and patterns that are well-known and used every day for unit testing and integration testing. We all have differing … Continue reading 

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Fubu Updates and Announcements

This week has not been the best week we’ve had. It’s been a constant struggle with infrastructure and I’m finding the title of my last post slightly ironic. Don’t let your build server run out of space Early this week, … Continue reading 

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Fighting the burn out

I’ve heard quite a few people lately talk about being burned out or closing in on a burn out. I’ve even had a few people tell me they don’t do OSS because of the fear of burn out. Developing your … Continue reading 

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Model Binding isn’t just for the web

It’s a given that your web framework of choice has some form of model binding built-in. Maybe you’re lucky enough to have Content Negotation on top of that but regardless, there is some mechanism to transform the incoming HTTP message … Continue reading 

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Introducing the FubuMVC.Coffee transforms

If you’re a fan of CoffeeScript and FubuMVC, then please take a moment and give a round of applause to Alex Henning Johannessen for his hard work on the CoffeeScript and Less transforms. In this post, I am going to … Continue reading 

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Running Jasmine in .NET

I’m going to deviate from my usual style of “I’m going to tell you about something I think is cool without giving you any context” and write an informative post. I know. Brace yourselves. What is Jasmine? From the Jasmine … Continue reading 

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jQuery.continuations In Action

I’ve been getting quite a few questions about jQuery.continuations after my last round of posts and the lightning round I gave at ADNUG last month. I have this horrible habit of pretending that I’m a lot more articulate than I … Continue reading 

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Our Ajax Conventions–Validation

As I mentioned in my previous posts, I’m doing a write up of our AJAX conventions and how they’re paying off for us. In this series of posts, I’m going to cover a few topics: The AjaxContinuation Clientside Continuations Request … Continue reading 

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Our Ajax Conventions–Request Correlation

As I mentioned in my previous posts, I’m doing a write up of our AJAX conventions and how they’re paying off for us. In this series of posts, I’m going to cover a few topics: The AjaxContinuation Clientside Continuations Request … Continue reading 

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Our Ajax Conventions–Clientside Continuations

As I mentioned in my previous post, I’m doing a write up of our AJAX conventions and how they’re paying off for us. In this series of posts, I’m going to cover a few topics: The AjaxContinuation Clientside Continuations (this … Continue reading 

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