What can I say.. I am impressed.. Very impressed. Try it out now – Resharper. Commercial license is only $349.00 What did I achieve? Few small things at the moment, improved “extract this into a method” functionality, suggesting when to use “const” for strings, site-wide analysis for problems, convert method to static. Very cool.. Here’s […]
Category Archives: Software Engineering
This software is super cool. WatiN – Automated Web Application Testing! Here’s how you can use it. Download it. Download the test recorder (it’s not perfect, but its pretty good). Create a trivial test case so you know it’s working. Then build on that test case. It will output code for NUnit, MBUnit, or even […]
In order to succeed as a team, in any sort of team, you have to follow this basic principle, which has been applied and maybe is accepted universally. The principle is simple. Appoint a Leader Leader makes council with the team Leader makes a decision Team supports leader in his or her decision […]
My experiences with outsourcing including tips on how to save millions of dollars or waste them.
If you are running a Web Site Project, yet you still want to have a build number somewhere in your application, this article will explain how you can create a simple tool to have an auto-increment build number and execute it using CruiseControl.NET
When unit testing on your database, you will run into a common problem. Rolling back. So you want to do some unit tests, and then you want to reset your database back to the nice squeaky clean version that doesn’t have half failed unit tests. So how can you do this? There are many ways […]
Computers are deterministic. Understand how random generation works and how you need to be careful in how you use it, especially if you are depending on it for security purposes. Also has an explanation on how complex PokerStars software’s shuffling algorithm is.
This article will tell you how to get a build process. It uses CruiseControl.NET to automate the build. You can use any other tool you like including a .BAT file, but CruiseControl will do just fine. It’s very easy to set up, it uses an XML configuration file and does most of the difficult job like connecting to your source control, applying labels, and getting your files to build for you.