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- 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: subversion
I’ve been using Git+SVN for a while now, and I really like what it does for me. What I don’t like is the constant repetition of the same command to update from svn into my local git branch, over and … Continue reading
At a very high level, all branching strategies have the same core policies: create the branch when you are confident that the cost of branching and merging is less than the cost of committing to the main source line, and … Continue reading
Anyone that follow me on twitter likely knows that I’m a big fan of Git these days. I’ll spare you the gushing heart felt nausea of how it’s so awesome and skip right to the point, though: I don’t always … Continue reading
Early this week we ( Jeffrey Palermo and I ) gave a Continuous Integration Workshop in Austin. We were able to record the workshop and our company Headspring Systems made the recordings available on their website. There is just under … Continue reading
In the first part of my Branch-Per-Feature (BPF) series, I talked about why you would want to use a source control strategy like BPF – what circumstances would warrant such a strategy, what problems it solves, and a little bit … Continue reading
Several years ago, I started using source control systems to store all of my code. It was a life saver. I was no longer worried about losing changes that I had made. Then a few years ago, I found Subversion. … Continue reading
Update: I have used the term ‘branch-per-feature’ very loosely until recently. It was a catchy name, easy to remember, and got the point across. However, this is only one example of what is really a branching strategy. A branching strategy … Continue reading
Due to the new policies by Assembla.com (not allowing free private source repositories), I’ve had to finally grab another server and stand-up Visual SVN Server. It’s free, VERY easy to manage and worked like a charm once installed. Kudos to … Continue reading
Many of you are beginning to use Subversion for your source control repository these days. I am also sure that you have found SVNTortoise to be a welcome addition to Subversion and use it also. Moving files and directories at … Continue reading