Monthly Archives: September 2008

Simplicity is key to successful unit testing

As of late, I’ve been spending a lot of time writing unit tests for a complex application. In doing so, I’ve also been working hard to refine my skill of writing effective unit tests. I realize that to make my … Continue reading 

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JSON for the Compact Framework

Just wanted to let everyone know that yesterday I released an early version of JsonCF – a JSON serializer and deserializer that targets the Compact Framework (v2.0). It can also be used to target the normal .NET framework (binaries are … Continue reading 

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What’s Up Doc

I’ve probably said it before, but it’s amazing how much a change of scenery can help you grow. I’ve been pretty busy coding a prototype web service with heavy test coverage and extensive business logic – all backed up by … Continue reading 

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