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| | Tooling stack of testing Asp.MVC Views
“Craftsmen know their tools” At last weeks Jim Counts did a session on Testing MVC Views with ApprovalTests. watch the video here ] While I am always happy to see more ApprovalTesting in the world, I was also impressed with the full tooling stack Jim used throughout the presentation. Don’t get me wrong, Jim still does a simple “Hello World” type demo, but he applies all the rigor and professionalism I would want in a real project to that example. Nicely done Jim, you’ve inspired me to raise my game, and hopefully others as well. Asp.MVC Asp.Net C DevelopMentor Courses - Sunday, July 22, 2012
DotNed podcast: Mads Kristensen on ASP.NET developer tooling in Visual Studio 2012 and beyond
For a change an English language podcast :-) In this podcast Maurice de Beijer speaks with Mads Kristensen about web tooling in Visual Studio 2012. Besides the standard build in tooling for web developer they also talk about Web Essentials 2012, the plugin Mads develops in his spare time to give web developers even more features and capabilities. Links: Blog: [link] Web Essentials 2012: [link] Web Developer Checklist: [link] Enjoy! Podcast DotNed The Problem Solver - Friday, March 15, 2013
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| | Allan Kelly: Software demand curve
'Returning to my series of posts applying the tools of economics to software development - Supply & Demand in software development , Software supply over time and Software supply & demand - this time its Agile - it is time to turn our attention to the demand curve. First a reminder of how things start. First I need to explain why I believe there is so much demand for software and why I believe the curve is inelastic, i.e. why a higher price doesn’t reduce demand very much. It is important to remember in all this discussion that software is a derived demand. Allan Kelly's Blog - Tuesday, December 3, 2013
Allan Kelly: Software supply & demand - this time its Agile
'Carrying on from my previous posts applying the economists tools to thinking about software development ( Supply & Demand in software development and Software supply over time ). While Agile tools promise increased performance this is only in the long run. In the short run we can expect teams to slow down as they adopt these tools. Staying with the supply curve, consider again the tools we were looking at: Short iterations and regular releases make it cheaper to make small changes. In this post I want to see what happens when we apply Agile. Now there is a catch. Allan Kelly's Blog - Tuesday, November 19, 2013
Software supply over time
And certainly there are plenty of tool vendors out there who will happily sell you a tools which thay claim will move the curve in the opposite direction. 'Having outlined the theory of supply and demand in the software market I want to spend this, and the next few posts examining what this analysis can teach us. m starting with the supply curve and will look at the demand curve later. First I want to consider what happens to a software system over time if nothing else is done. Consider this as a small detour before we consider Agile.) At least the knowledge is diluted. Allan Kelly's Blog - Wednesday, November 13, 2013
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- Building Windows Machines in Amazon EC2
All information, source code, and especially tools are provided as is and on a "use at your own risk" basis. Tags: Articles Tools In this article I'm going to give you a simple, step-by-step overview of how to create a Windows 2008 server image in Amazon's Elastic Cloud Compute (EC2) infrastructure. Now I must admit I'd rather have found a good tutorial on The Internets or even in a book. Feel free to send me any I missed. My experience is they are either dated or about Linux and so on. First, briefly why does one care about EC2? Here we go. Create an Account. Enable EC2 Features.
Michael C. Kennedy's Weblog - Saturday, January 30, 2010
- Gmail New Mail Notifications for Windows 7
No matter how I try, I always get this: It's insane to me that $130B company can't provide any more than this outdated tool for this job, but I digress. Also thanks goes to Ryan Cook for use of his Gmail C# tools as the basis for part of my project. All information, source code, and especially tools are provided as is and on a "use at your own risk" basis. Tags: Tools I've been using Windows 7 as my sole operating system since Beta 1 in January. I'm completely loving it and I was pleased to see how many apps worked seamlessly on it. Requires.NET 2.0 Kennedy.
- A Roundup of MongoDB Management Tools
Back in the early days, there really were no management tools analogous to RDBMS tools (e.g. It’s time to look around and see what management / monitoring tooling is around these days for MongoDB. Robomongo — is a shell-centric cross-platform open source MongoDB management tool (i.e. My take : Robomongo is definitely my current favorite management tool for MongoDB. or.PHP file on your server and you get a well rounded management tool. The lack of management tools was hurting MongoDB’s adoption in the early days. The news is good.
- The NoSQL Movement, LINQ, and MongoDB - Oh My!
The NoSQL movement asks the question: “Is the relational database (RDBMS) always the right tool for data storage and data access?”. You may have to run a transformation tool if you’re making radical data changes, but that’s true in SQL systems as well. To get started, download MongoDB the tools and server here: [link]. Generally I look down upon that sort of development, but for an admin tool it’s just fine. All information, source code, and especially tools are provided as is and on a "use at your own risk" basis. Insanity!” Flat files? Related classes?
Michael C. Kennedy's Weblog - Thursday, April 22, 2010
- Building a Cloud OS for.NET Developers – Part 1
We’ll focus … Continue reading → Cloud Articles Tools Visual Studio[Update: Read Part 2.] Let’s talk about cloud operating systems. This article explores the options and potential of moving entirely “To The Cloud” for developers who normally demand significant offline power from their applications (IDEs, compilers, debuggers, etc).
- 11 Killer Open Source Projects I Found with NuGet
All information, source code, and especially tools are provided as is and on a "use at your own risk" basis. Articles ASP.NET NoSQL Open Source Tools Visual StudioSo maybe I'm late to the party, but I recently started playing with NuGet. It's a killer new way to find, install, maintain, and manage references to open source libraries in Visual Studio 2010. Plenty of people have written about it ( Phil Haack and Scott Hanselman for example). Let's just say you should learn about NuGet if you don't know it already. RazorEngine at [link]. YUI Compressor for.Net at [link]. Here you go.
Michael C. Kennedy's Weblog - Wednesday, January 19, 2011
- Unit Testing Coming to a Workflow Near You
All information, source code, and especially tools are provided as is and on a "use at your own risk" basis. Tags: Tools Unit Testing Visual Studio [Update: See the follow up post "Significant Advances in Unit Testing Windows Workflow" ]. If you've been working with Windows Workflow, you'll find it has some cool features for orchestration, long running operations, state machines, etc. However you won't find very much support for Test Driven Development (TDD) or unit testing in general. There has been some work done on unit testing Windows Workflows. Scott Allen. Kennedy.
Michael C. Kennedy's Weblog - Tuesday, September 30, 2008