- 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: testing
I’ve been writing some Jasmine specs for a sample Backbone.js application that I’m building. The application is a simple image gallery, and one of the features is the ability to navigate to through the image list with ‘next’ and ‘previous’ … Continue reading
In my current project, we have a system that runs our Watin tests using NUnit. We also want to run the tests in our CI build, so we start IIS Express in a [SetUpFixture]. Today I was doing my check … Continue reading
I tweeted this a few minutes ago: This is in reference to a horrible test that I wrote today. It’s got 2 assertions and more than 20 lines of context to set up the mocks that I needed, to isolate … Continue reading
I work primarily on a C# ASP.NET MVC application that deals with many other systems which seem to dish out strings all over the place. Hence the need for something like AutoMapper. When converting this data into objects or enumerations, … Continue reading
Several of the reports that the app that Joey and I are working on will be generated via HAML to be displayed in the app, for the users. The generated content will end up being HTML, but starts it’s life … Continue reading
I’m using Watchr in my current Rails 3 project, instead of Autotest, to run my Cucumber and RSpec tests whenever I save a file. It makes life so much easier than having to manually run them. Yesterday, I decided to … Continue reading
It has been almost a month since I ventured out into contracting and took up OSX on a Macbook Pro as my primary operating system. In that time, I’ve been very fortunate to have Joey Beninghove guide me through the … Continue reading
Mark Ploeh has an interesting post about interfaces in TDD – that interfaces aren’t necessarily abstractions. That’s certainly true. Interfaces don’t guarantee we’re actually following SOLID design principles. In fact, the whole idea of the typical repository pattern in a … Continue reading