Monthly Archives: November 2009

Astoria, SSIS Adapters and BDD – Projecting Projections

The big idea behind ADO.NET Data Services is that it enables a data source (generally a relational data source) to be exposed via a RESTful service.  In the context of fetching data – which is the principle concern of our … Continue reading 

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Astoria, SSIS Adapters and BDD – Class Design

In the process of writing a post about one specific feature of the design, I realized that I hadn’t actually described the moving parts in the solution.  There are 3 projects in the VS solution: the SSIS-specific code, the core … Continue reading 

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Astoria, SSIS Adapters and BDD – On BDD and MSpec

Let me preface this post by saying that it is about my (early) experiences practicing BDD in the context of a specific specification framework – MSpec.  There are plenty of folks out there who are much more authoritative on this … Continue reading 

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Using Latest NUnit Version With MSpec

As I’ve been working another blog post about my adventures in learning BDD ala MSpec, I ran into something that I wanted to share as the problem wasn’t immediately obvious (to me anyway). The problem is that MSpec has a … Continue reading 

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Astoria, SSIS Adapters and BDD – Code

I’m currently working on the post talking about how, in the course of writing my SSIS data source for ADO.NET Data Services, I stumbled into replacing my unit tests with specifications.  However, in advance of that, I wanted to go … Continue reading 

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