Monthly Archives: August 2009

Up and Running With SQuirrel SQL and SQL Server Express 2005

Squirrel SQL provides some nice features that SQL Management Studio does not have out-of-the-box including auto-completion of table and column names.  Granted, Red Gate makes tools for Management Studio to get the same functionality, but SQuirrel SQL is open source … Continue reading 

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Unused Constructor Dependencies

Some classes simply require multiple dependencies that don’t always get used.  When testing such a class, there are several options for supplying the constructor parameters that will not be used.  I prefer to write tests that are as intention-revealing as … Continue reading 

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