Monthly Archives: December 2013

Nailing Down Generics

Calling Generic Methods You write a class containing a harmless generic method: Actually, for the purposes of this discussion, this is not one method declaration. Rather, it is an infinite number of method declarations: void GenericMethod<int>(int input) void GenericMethod<string>(string input) … Continue reading 

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The Feature I Almost Skipped

Until recently, the Fixie test framework had no notion of skipped tests for two reasons. First, skipped tests are like support beams for technical debt. You know there’s a problem, and you’ve decided to either ignore it or delay solving … Continue reading 

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