Monthly Archives: March 2010

Working With Assertions Made on Arguments in Rhino Mocks

  Today when modifying what we call an “order notifier” (essentially observers that are notified when an order is placed), I was having trouble figuring out why my test was failing. The project is written in C# and this test … Continue reading 

Posted in Best Practices, NUnit, RhinoMocks, Testing | 7 Comments

One Year of Production ASP.NET MVC

Last week marked the one year anniversary our team’s first ASP.NET MVC application in production. We really have two different types of production. Internal and external. While an internal application might get used by 2 to 100 people, our external … Continue reading 

Posted in ASP.NET MVC, Development | 6 Comments

Why is CruiseControl.Net Hiding My Test Results?

Some time ago, I noticed a CruiseControl.Net build report with thousands of unit tests passed, zero failed and a dozen or so skipped, suddenly showing that no tests were run: I immediately thought somebody did something really bad. After some … Continue reading 

Posted in Continuous Integration, NUnit, Testing | 1 Comment

What is Projection?

I think there’s great benefit in not only knowing how to design your code to use common patterns but also to be able to speak about them clearly and concisely to others. If I mention that the problem sounds like … Continue reading 

Posted in Communication, LINQ, Reading Code | 10 Comments