- Working hard and enjoying every minute of it.
- using the asp.net lego blocks to create a synchronized Kanban board.
- Tip to become a successful software engineer.
- ASP.Net Web Config Transform Console Utility released on nuget
- Are your unit tests still hard to read ? – Should Assertion Library
- Using sql compact for integration tests with entity framework.
Category Archives: Design
Site design is an evolutionary process, like anything else. As new and updated information is needed on the site, the design must change to correctly display it. New functionality is also added on a regular basis, and things must be … Continue reading
When one nurtures a production system for a long period of time, new requirements or examinations of existing behavior typically start with a set of assumptions of how the existing system should behave. However, I’ve often found that my assumptions … Continue reading
Today I plan on writing a stored procedure. Not because I’m being forced to, but because the problem, as far as I can determine, requires a set-based solution. It’s a once-a-month process, doing bulk import, update and export of up … Continue reading
I’m looking at a database table this morning, looking to optimize a few queries by adding some indexes. The trouble is, this table already has many indexes, all on different columns. So now I’m thinking, is this a smell that … Continue reading
One of my favorite posts by Ayende covers the idea of concepts and features. Design occurs at the concept level, whereas features build on top of concepts. This can be a little abstract, but I recently ran into a situation … Continue reading
I recently read Chris Coyier’s article entitled Show Markup in CSS Comments. I was actually a bit angry that so many responses praised this and so few were turned off from the idea. I appreciate the idea of making things … Continue reading
A popular cause the Agile folks like to rally against is the idea of a Big Design Up Front (BDUF). But much like Waterfall, the people doing BDUF will hardly admit that it’s BDUF that they’re doing. Instead, you’re much … Continue reading
While prepping for the Headspring MVC Boot Camp last week, I had a couple of choices for getting the examples project up and going. I wanted the examples to use an actual domain model, a real IoC tool, and a … Continue reading
Surprise surprise, but Uncle Bob got the twitterverse all riled up with another opinionated post, “Dependency Injection Inversion”. His basic advice from the post on DI tools is: I think these frameworks are great tools. But I also think you … Continue reading