Monthly Archives: January 2015

AutoMapper support for Xamarin Unified (64 bit)

I pushed out a prerelease package of AutoMapper for Xamarin Unified, including 64-bit support for iOS. http://www.nuget.org/packages/AutoMapper/ If you’ve had issues with Xamarin on 64-bit iOS, removing an adding the AutoMapper NuGet package reference should do the trick. And yes, … Continue reading 

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Clean Tests: A Primer

Posts in this series: A Primer Building Test Types Isolating Internal State Isolating the Database Isolation with Fakes Database Persistence Over the course of my career, I’ve an opportunity to work with a number of long lived codebases. Ones that … Continue reading 

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Integrating MediatR with Web API

One of the design goals I had in mind with MediatR was to limit the 3rd party dependencies (and work) needed to integrate MediatR. To do so, I only take a dependency on CommonServiceLocator. In MediatR, I need to resolve … Continue reading 

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Combating the lava-layer anti-pattern with rolling refactoring

Mike Hadlow blogged about the lava-layer anti-pattern, describing, which I have ranted about in nearly every talk I do, the nefarious issue of opinionated but lazy tech leads introducing new concepts into a system but never really seeing the idea … Continue reading 

Posted in Architecture, Design | 25 Comments

Generic variance in DI containers

DI containers, as complex as they might be, still provide quite a lot of value when it comes to defining and realizing the composition of your system. I use the variance features quite a bit, especially in my MediatR project … Continue reading 

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Los Techies 2014 Year in Review

Another year of blogging, another year of inane, vapid and vacuous posts. But enough about my writing, let’s pore into the numbers behind blogging at Los Techies. We saw a departure of one of our most prolific bloggers in Derick … Continue reading 

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