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CNUG Event: Unit testing with AutoFixture

September 28th, 2010 No comments

I’m attending the CNUG event this Thursday on Unit testing with AutoFixture.

Speaker is my good friend Mark, the person behind AutoFixture, whom it is always a pleasure to listen to.

Pop over and say “hello” if you happen to attend as well.

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Community Day 2010

March 19th, 2010 No comments

Going to attend Community Day 2010 at Keddelhallen on May 27.

Not much on the web site yet, but I’m sure Mr. Frost is working hard to fill in the blanks :)

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March 19th, 2010 No comments

I have signed up for the CNUG Event TDD for øvede on 15 April.

The speaker is again my friend Mark. Missed the one he did on MEF back in January, so I do hope I’ll make it this time around.

Come over and say ‘hello’ if you happen to attend as well.

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Microsoft Tech Talk: Microsoft Extensibility Framework

January 3rd, 2010 1 comment

I have signed up for the MS Tech Talk event 20 January. My good friend Mark will do the talking about MEF and as he is always worth listening to, I would recommend all to sign up.

Remember, that it is free!

Read more here at Mark’s blog; includes a link to the sign-up page.

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November 3rd, 2009 No comments

For the past week I have been playing around with NDepend. Thank you to Patrick Smaccia from the NDepend dev team for this opportunity.

NDepend is an amazing utility that does dependency analysis on .NET applications. Installation is dead easy; just fire up the app and you can install plugins for e.g. VS and Reflector. The integration into VS works seamlessly, which is a definite must for a tool such as this and its aim to add value to the development process. After all, we want ‘Zero Friction TDD‘, to use my friend Mark’s phrase.

All in all a great tool.

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August 31st, 2009 2 comments

I have been playing around with ReSharper today. Thanks to rasmuski for an excellent introduction.

First impression is good. Lots of shortcuts to learn, but this could definitely be a productivity booster.

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