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  • LearningLine: New online course: Develop C++ applications
    We’re excited to announce a new course at LearningLine: Develop C++ applications by Bradley Needham You can try the first hour for free. Just visit the course page and choose “Preview course for free“ Course Summary C++ is a large … Continue reading →
    DevelopMentor Courses - Tuesday, April 2, 2013
  • LearningLine: New course: Source Control with TFS Version Control
    'We’re excited to announce a new online course at LearningLine: Source Control with TFS Version Control by John Bown This course is a hands-on exploration of Team Foundation Server’s and Visual Studio’s source control system authored by the very talented … Continue reading →
    DevelopMentor Courses - Tuesday, September 17, 2013
  • LearningLine: Take the first hour of any online developer course for free at LearningLine
    We are announcing the ability to preview any of our online courses, for free without entering any payment information. We believe that LearningLine is the most effective online training for developers, period. Today it gets even better. This is not … Continue reading →
    DevelopMentor Courses - Monday, April 1, 2013
  • Richard Blewett: Devweek 2013–WCF Crash Course
    Thanks to everyone who attended my Devweek 2013 pre-conference session on WCF. You can get the slides and demos here
    DevelopMentor Courses - Tuesday, March 5, 2013
  • Unit testing code depending on the ASP.NET #WebApi HttpClient
    Of course we still need tests for updating existing resources as well as deleting them but with these examples those should be easy enough :-). 'In a previous post I showed how to unit test an ASP.NET WebAPI Controller. But with a REST service there is both a client and a service component. Assuming for a moment the client part is also written in C# we should test that as well. In this case the client application contains the following class to load books from the REST WebAPI controller: 1: public class BooksClient. 7: _httpClient = httpClient; 8: BaseUrl = new Uri( "[link] ); 9: }.
    The Problem Solver - Monday, May 20, 2013
  • Screening C# Candidates: Let’s Play 20 Questions!
    Of course, the questions are not meant to be exhaustive and are only scratching the surface of CLR and C# fundamentals. If a person has ever bothered to read a book or technical article or taken a training course, their answers will set them apart from the crowd of folks who don’t make time for ongoing professional development. Over the past year I was involved in the process of interviewing candidates for both mid and senior level developer positions. Furthermore, I’m looking for a developer with a thirst for knowledge. This is the purpose of the technical phone screen.
    DevelopMentor Courses - Tuesday, February 28, 2012
  • The value of Pair Programming
    Of course, another value of the pairing overlap comes from just looking at the mistakes. Gary Filer made an interesting comment to me the other day; “I use to think that the value of pair programming was the shared brain” “But after seeing you pair for the last week, I realized that the shared part is actually the waste. But pairing reduces the cost of mistakes constantly. What Gary was seeing was the countless times Jason or I would say “Let’s do.” only to have the other one say, “No, your forgetting about.” or “No, there's a better way.”. Finding dead code and deleting it.
    DevelopMentor Courses - Saturday, April 30, 2011
  • Testing Difficult Code
    Of course, to do that you need a nice seam that passes in the default dependency. I recently did 3 videos in my ‘ Using ApprovalTests in.Net’ series that deal with how to test difficult code. These video actually have very little to do with either.Net or ApprovalTests, but they are common issues you run into when unit testing. Seams Testing difficult Code comes down to 2 things: Can I call the Method? Will the Method run to completion? And there are 2 techniques I use to deal with these, that individually are useful, but together are amazing. Here’s the video: The Peel 2. The Slice 3.
    DevelopMentor Courses - Wednesday, March 21, 2012
  • Agile: Where's the evidence?
    If you want something a little more grounded there was a recent Forrester report (sorry, I can’t afford the full report) which said: “Agile enables early detection of issues and mid-course corrections because it delivers artefacts much sooner and more often. A few weeks ago I was presenting at the BCS SIGIST conference - another outing for my popular Objective Agility presentation. Someone in the audience asked: “Where is the evidence that Agile works?” My response was in two parts. It is rarely a question aimed at a rational decision. to which the answer is certainly No. Scrum? Finance?
    Allan Kelly's Blog - Friday, March 30, 2012
  • Using Reporters in Approval Tests
    Because of this, you might want to decorate your class or method with [UseReporter( typeof (FileLauncherReporter))] Comparing Results Of course, not only do ApprovalTests Reporters tell you the results, but also the results can help you determine what has changed since they last passed. Today I pushed new versions of ApprovalTests for both C# and Java to SourceForge. Updates include new capabilities around the Reporters feature set for ApprovalTests. These enhancements were driven by feature requests from Peik Aschan(@peikas). Why Use Reporters? png, *.html, html, *.mp3, DiffReporter.cs
    DevelopMentor Courses - Saturday, December 31, 2011
  • Secure WCF REST Services with a Custom UserNamePasswordValidator
    Of course, you’ll want to employ a more sophisticated technique, such as hashing the password to compare against entries in a database table.). Download the code for this blog post here. When securing WCF services you’re faced with a choice: Message versus Transport security. Unless you need to conceal messages from an intermediary, your best bet is to stick with transport security and use SSL to secure messages traveling over HTTP. This means you can eschew the complexity and overhead of message-based security in favor of the simpler and leaner model of transport-based security. Enjoy.
    DevelopMentor Courses - Monday, May 28, 2012
  • Using SignalR for real time data updates
    Of course we can add some code to actively check for changes to the data but usually there will be no change so that results in a lot of useless network traffic. In a previous post I showed how easy it is to create a simple chat application using SignalR. And chatting on the internet might be popular but as it turns out there are rather a lot of applications that need to do more than just chat. As it is there are a lot more CRUD style applications, where users edit data usually stored in a database for some purpose, than chat applications. And that will remain so until reloads the data.
    The Problem Solver - Wednesday, July 25, 2012
  • Brock Allen: Concerns with two factor authentication in ASP.NET Identity v2
    was curious, of course, because I’ve had the opportunity to implement the same feature in MembershipReboot.  'I’ve been doing a bit of research into how ASP.NET Identity v2 is implementing its new features, specifically two factor authentication. It’s interesting to see the differences, and as you might have realized (due to this blog post) […
    DevelopMentor Courses - Monday, February 10, 2014
  • Lynn Langit: New YouTube Series – Hadoop MapReduce Fundamentals
    The course consists of 5 screencasts – … Continue reading → 'I’ve been working with Hadoop MapReduce in several formats over the past couple of years. I decided to pull together my experience and record this as a free, multi-part screencast series on YouTube.
    DevelopMentor Courses - Sunday, May 19, 2013
  • Fire Programmers not using Source Control
    They all agree on 1 thing: “ Use Source Control ” … Of course which source control is still up for debate. In our community development work we come across hundreds of good developers. Those developers rarely agree on anything. They ceaselessly debate the merits of Test Driven Development. They argue about why C# is better than Java, or Ruby, or VB. They relentlessly pontificate about the future of Cloud computing. What continues to confuse us is the lack of source control adoption in the wider development community. They are living in a bubble. Our industry moves incredibly fast.
    DevelopMentor Courses - Saturday, May 7, 2011
  • Concepts and Architecture of the STL
    There are no hands-on exercises, but participants are welcome to use their computers to experiment with the course material as it is presented. Participants will gain: An understanding of the architecture behind the STL, including its core components and concepts. Usage guidelines that explain how to avoid subtle STL correctness and performance traps. An understanding of the applications and limitations of STL allocators. Format: Lecture and question/answer. C++'s Standard Template Library (STL) is uniquely powerful and extensible, and it facilitates the creation of very efficient code.
    DevelopMentor Courses - Tuesday, March 1, 2011
  • Service-Orientation Today and Tomorrow Training
    We have the course for you! Together with advisers and experts from thinktecture, we present DevelopMentor"s five-days of deep dive, concentrated knowledge and practical lab exercises with Service-Orientation Today and Tomorrow course. Are you someone who would like to develop solutions for today"s problems and be prepared for future challenges? Dominick Baier and Christian Weyer show you, through in-depth lab exercises and profound theory transfer, how to understand and exploit these technologies, all based on their many years of project experience. Starting with.NET 3.5,
    DevelopMentor Courses - Tuesday, March 1, 2011
  • An Effective Introduction to the STL Training
    In a combination of lectures and labs, this course brings out the underlying design of the STL, demonstrates how to take advantage of the library's strengths, and shows how to avoid its weaknesses. Participants will gain: An understanding of the architecture behind the STL, including its core components and concepts. Mastery of the subtle differences in semantics of member and non-member functions with the same name, e.g., find, remove, etc. Knowledge of how to integrate STL containers with code expecting arrays and other C-like data structures. Format: Lectures and programming labs.
    DevelopMentor Courses - Tuesday, March 1, 2011
  • Lynn Langit: First Look – SQL Server on Amazon Web Services RDS
    Of course I had to try it out! Here’s the announcement from @Werner – and the documentation from the AWS site on the new support for SQL Server in AWS RDS. There is a free usage tier as follows: “If you … Continue reading →
    DevelopMentor Courses - Tuesday, May 8, 2012
  • Guerrilla.NET (US) Training
    In addition to the latest core.NET topics, we'll be covering cutting-edge content that you simply cannot get at other courses including multi-touch programming, Mono.NET, and NoSQL / MongoDB. class] Night out for drinks and conversations Day 5 Managed Extensibility Framework WCF Data Services Power Debugging with WinDBG This course covers is a deep exploration of.NET 4.0 and build on the PFx Task library (covered elsewhere in the course), the dynamic capabilities of C# 4.0, C# : Leverage new features of C# including asynchronous methods from C# 5.0, assuming Silverlight 5.0
    DevelopMentor Courses - Tuesday, March 1, 2011
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