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  • MyGet: Continuous Integration for the Rest of Us
    'By this time, most.NET developers are familiar with NuGet. It used to be that if you wanted to use some part of.NET, such as Entity Framework , you would add a reference to your project pointing to some DLL in the.NET Framework Class Library (FCL). Those days are loooong gone. Nowadays, if you want to use Entity Framework you must get it from NuGet, because it’s not even included in the FCL anymore. The reason is simple: product teams at Microsoft can push out updates in much shorter cycles using NuGet than they ever could do with the.NET Framework itself. That’s where MyGet comes in! <?
    DevelopMentor Courses - Saturday, October 25, 2014
  • Do you know the way to Falmouth? (Agile on the Beach)
    Then there is the rest of Cornwall to explore. 'The Agile on the Beach 2014 conference is fast approaching and there is every sign that it will, again, be sold out. Which means, in the days and weeks before the conference I’m going to have several people asking me for my advice on how to get to Falmouth. So here is some advice on getting to Falmouth and the conference, not everything you could know, but the main points I tell people when they ask. If you want a quick summary skip to the end.) Firstly even some English people are stumped when they stop and consider how to get to Falmouth.
    Allan Kelly's Blog - Sunday, June 22, 2014
  • What's new in ApprovalTests.Net v3.6
    Rest Calls Finally there is a simple object to create your own Rest Calls that are both easy to Mock (because they implement ILoader ) and easy to Test. 'I finally got a new version released. It''s been a lot time in the making and I wanted to highlight some of the new feature. There''s a bunch so hold on tight: VerifyNoAbandonedFiles One issue that pops up with approvals is sometimes old approval files end up abandoned in the source tree. Inspired by Geoff Bache''s TextTest , scrubbers have been included. Now you don''t have to, simply use a using around the method like this.
    DevelopMentor Courses - Wednesday, June 18, 2014
  • Inconvient truths of project Status reporting
    If you want the full story you will need to buy your own copy of the article (Amazon have it for £2.50) but for the rest of you here are the highlights, the 5 points the authors called “Inconvenient Truths” plus some of the text and a couple comments from from myself. 'Long time readers of this blog may recall that I subscribe to the high-brow MIT Sloan Management Review. They may also remember that I’m never quite sure it is worth the rather high subscription fee. But once in a while an article comes along which is worth a year’s subscription. Unfortunately he had the same problem.
    Allan Kelly's Blog - Wednesday, May 7, 2014
  • Become an N-Tier Ninja with Trackable Entities 2.0
    As a consequence there’s nothing to stop a JavaScript client, such as a SPA , or Single Page Application , from setting tracking state on entities and sending them off to a RESTful web service that uses Trackable Entities to perform batch updates.  'Taking a cue from Julie Lerman and Scott Hanselman , I’ve decided to dub version 2.0 of my Trackable Entities framework, the “Ninja Edition.” After releasing v 1.0 Now that I’ve added these items, Trackable Entities lets you become an N-Tier Ninja. Let me put it this way. In other words, this thing is cool. Can’t wait to get started? In v 2.0
    DevelopMentor Courses - Monday, April 28, 2014
  • Unit testing AngularJS HTTP requests in the RAW Stack
    One of the things that can help there is another service called $resource with is all about RESTful services. 'In the previous blog post we created some basic unit tests for the AngularJS movies controller. As I mentioned there was one set of tests missing and that was around the controller doing HTTP requests to the WebAPI backend. In a unit test typically don't want to do those test for real. First of all we don't want to take a dependency on some external state and equally important we don't want the overhead of those requests. 13: $scope: scope. 18: var movies = [. Enjoy!
    The Problem Solver - Friday, February 28, 2014
  • Unit testing AngularJS HTTP requests in the RAW Stack
    One of the things that can help there is another service called $resource with is all about RESTful services. 'In the previous blog post we created some basic unit tests for the AngularJS movies controller. As I mentioned there was one set of tests missing and that was around the controller doing HTTP requests to the WebAPI backend. In a unit test typically don't want to do those test for real. First of all we don't want to take a dependency on some external state and equally important we don't want the overhead of those requests. 13: $scope: scope. 18: var movies = [. Enjoy!
    The Problem Solver - Friday, February 28, 2014
  • Managers who don't TDD be unemployable before 2012.
    The bits of the company that embraced quality - Mini, Jaguar and Land Rover - still exist, the rest doesn’t. 'In the furious discussion over my “ Programmers without TDD will be unemployable ” last month a couple of people asked: “How will this come to pass?” And a few others said: “Managers will never let this happen.” Let me answer both these comments in one go: Managers are the missing link between today’s largely TDD-free code development and the 2012 world where TDD will be essential to get a job. know not few managers are perfect. know it doesn’t cure all known ills.
    Allan Kelly's Blog - Sunday, February 23, 2014
  • Introducing the RAW stack
    WebAPI is a great framework for doing REST style HTTP services. 'With this post I am introducing the RAW stack. Why the RAW stack? Well it is kind of the equivalent of the MEAN stack. Not that there is anything wrong with the MEAN stack, quite the opposite, but being a.NET developer I really like to keep using.NET where it's strengths lie and where it is suitable. Now there are plenty of places where it isn't but C# on the server is still quite awesome. So what is the RAW stack? Basically the RAW stack consists of three parts. RavenDB AngularJS WebAPI Why these three? Enjoy.
    The Problem Solver - Wednesday, February 12, 2014
  • Introducing the RAW stack
    WebAPI is a great framework for doing REST style HTTP services. 'With this post I am introducing the RAW stack. Why the RAW stack? Well it is kind of the equivalent of the MEAN stack. Not that there is anything wrong with the MEAN stack, quite the opposite, but being a.NET developer I really like to keep using.NET where it's strengths lie and where it is suitable. Now there are plenty of places where it isn't but C# on the server is still quite awesome. So what is the RAW stack? Basically the RAW stack consists of three parts. RavenDB AngularJS WebAPI Why these three? Enjoy.
    The Problem Solver - Wednesday, February 12, 2014
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