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  • Managers who don't TDD be unemployable before 2012.
    And it is even harder to persuade them that having some help, going on a course or having some coaching, is a faster route to proficiency than reading a book and watching some screencasts. '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.
    Allan Kelly's Blog - Sunday, February 23, 2014
  • Trackable Entities – Now with Repository and Unit of Work
    of my Trackable Entities Framework , it came with a lot of developer goodness: NuGet packages, Visual Studio project templates, a VSIX installer available from Visual Studio’s Extensions Gallery , Getting Started guides and a screencast. For information on how to do that, just refer to the Trackable Web API Getting Started Guide and screencast. 'When I released v1.0 From the start I built in support for both ASP.NET Web API and Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) using either Visual Studio 2012 or 2013. Client.Entities. Service.Entities. Service.EF. Service.Persistence. WebApi.
    Tony and Zuzana's World - Thursday, February 20, 2014
  • Part 7: Lambda Expressions in Python for.NET Developers Series
    Take my Python course from DevelopMentor Filed under: Python Tagged: NET , Python , Screencasts. Python.NET Screencasts 'This post is  part 7  of my many-part series entitled  Python for.NET Developers. View the entire series  here. This video explores Python’s equivalent of C#’s lambda expressions. Are you interested in Python training for you or your team?
    Michael C. Kennedy's Weblog - Friday, January 10, 2014
  • Part 6: Anonymous Types in Python for.NET Developers Series
    Take my Python course from DevelopMentor Filed under: Python Tagged: NET , Python , Screencasts. Python.NET Screencasts 'This post is  part 6  of my many-part series entitled  Python for.NET Developers. View the entire series  here. This video explores Python’s equivalent of C#’s anonymous types including a custom class to make things smoother on the Python side. Are you interested in Python training for you or your team?
    Michael C. Kennedy's Weblog - Thursday, January 9, 2014
  • Part 5: Properties in Python for.NET Developers Series
    Take my Python course from DevelopMentor Filed under: Python Tagged: ASP.NET , Python , Screencasts. Python ASP.NET Screencasts 'This post is  part 5  of my many-part series entitled  Python for.NET Developers. View the entire series  here. This video explores Python’s equivalent of C#’s properties including read-only and computed properties. Are you interested in Python training for you or your team?
    Michael C. Kennedy's Weblog - Wednesday, January 8, 2014
  • Part 4: foreach and IEnumerable in Python for.NET Developers Series
    Filed under: Python Tagged: NET , Python , Screencasts. Python.NET Screencasts 'This post is  part 4  of my many-part series entitled  Python for.NET Developers. View the entire series  here. This video explores Python’s equivalent of C#’s foreach loops and IEnumerable interface.
    Michael C. Kennedy's Weblog - Tuesday, January 7, 2014
  • Part 3: A single, common base-type in Python for.NET Developers Series
    Filed under: Python Tagged: NET , Python , Screencasts. Python.NET Screencasts 'This post is  part 3  of my many-part series entitled  Python for.NET Developers. View the entire series  here. This video explores Python’s equivalent of C#’s ‘everything derives from System.Object’ common type system.
    Michael C. Kennedy's Weblog - Monday, January 6, 2014
  • Part 2: Visual Studio and IDEs in Python for.NET Developers Series
    VIsual Studio Tools for Python:  [link] Filed under: Python Tagged: ASP.NET , Python , Screencasts. Python ASP.NET Screencasts 'This post is part 2 of my many-part series entitled  Python for.NET Developers. View the entire series  here. This video explores choosing an IDE for Python development, especially one that will make.NET developers comfortable. What the video and visit the links below to get started. Links: PyCharm:  [link].
    Michael C. Kennedy's Weblog - Friday, January 3, 2014
  • Part 1: Welcome and lightning-fast Python introduction in Python for.NET Developers Series
    Download the weather applicaiton we built during the video: python-introduction-application.zip Filed under: Python Tagged: NET , Python , Screencasts. Python.NET Screencasts 'This post is part 1 of my many-part series entitled  Python for.NET Developers. View the entire series here. This first video and blog post simply introduce the series and provide a very brief Python language introduction. Without further adieu, here’s the video.
    Michael C. Kennedy's Weblog - Friday, January 3, 2014
  • Series: Python for.NET Developers Introduction
    Filed under: Python Tagged: NET , Python , Screencasts. Python.NET Screencasts 'Welcome to my series of blog posts covering Python for.NET developers. In this many-part series, I will introduce you to Python from a.NET developer’s perspective. As.NET developers, we generally adore C# and the.NET ecosystem. It has brought great productivity, expressiveness, and features to software developers. believe you will be deeply surprised to see a side-by-side comparison of C# /.NET NET and Python. Join me in this series as I compare C# /.NET Series posts. Visual Studio and IDEs.
    Michael C. Kennedy's Weblog - Friday, January 3, 2014
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