How I'm using StoryTeller to test FubuMVC
Building a "Lookup" html convention w/ FubuMVC
FubuMVC's Configuration Model "Special Sauce"
Managing Script dependencies with FubuMVC
Authorization and FubuMVC
Composing Views with FubuMVC
Extensible Model Binding with FubuMVC
Modular Packaging with FubuMVC
Self-Installing Apps w/ FubuMVC
Routing and Behavioral Conventions with FubuMVC
What Should I Learn?
Monthly Archives: March 2006
Jeffrey’s post on Rocky Lhotka’s off the cuff remarks about TDD is spawning a good discussion and several rebuttals. Several people have gone off on agile zealots as well. I’m pretty sure I’m included in the zealot bag there. We … Continue reading
[EDIT] – The key point I was trying to make is to watch out for class names that do not communicate their intention. If SomethingManager has a specific meaning in your system and your team is happy with it, that’s all … Continue reading
I had one of those days today where you spend a hurtful amount of time just waiting for something to happen. I’m not terribly patient to begin with, and this stuff is aggravating: Waiting on the CC.Net build and the … Continue reading
Roy Osherove has started a great series called Achieving And Recognizing Testable Software Designs that covers a lot of the main design issues and strategies for Test Driven Development. In particular, he describes marking a method as virtual so you can create a subclass specific … Continue reading
I’ve had a few comments lately that my blog format is cutting off material or hard to read in some cases. Bear with me a little while and I’ll try to address the issues next week. Please send any suggestions.
Today marks the one year anniversary for blogging. About 125 posts, more that a few rants, and a handful of foot in mouth episodes. I’ll be on vacation in Sydney, Austrailia for the next two weeks so I probably won’t … Continue reading
Laws of TDD is probably something that should be written by someone with more authority in the community, but I’ve got a blog and I thought of it first, so here goes. I’ll expound on each of these at some … Continue reading