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You’ve known the guy for years… he’s your friend and you’ve never had any troubles in spite of his job. Then one day, you’re hard up for some money to pay rent or get a car repair done. Fortunately your … Continue reading
Earlier today, I decided I was tired of calling RhinoMocks directly. I love RhinoMocks. It’s a great tool and I don’t want to write tests without it (or another mocking framework like Moq or whatever…). But I’m tired of all … Continue reading
Surrounded by the wriggling tentacles of the beast that had attached itself to the ship, Ed – the lone surviving member of the ship’s crew – brandishes he sword and lunges toward the nearest of the appendages. With a cry … Continue reading
What do I mean by “Hero Mode Refactoring”? We’ve all worked with code that wasn’t easily made testable. Most of the time we see a big ball of mud and have no idea where to begin. Sometimes however we have … Continue reading
Introducing DI and “poor man’s DI” Introduction Greenfield Development happens when you start a brand new project, as in, clean slate development. No legacy code lying around, no old development to maintain. You’re starting afresh, from scratch, from a blank … Continue reading