Monthly Archives: October 2008

jQuery Article and Thoughts

I’m writting a couple articles for DotNetSlackers on jQuery. Part 1 of 2 is now available. A former colleague turned me onto jQuery a while ago, and I’ve been a fan ever since. It makes programming JavaScript and writting HTML fun. Aside … Continue reading 

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Simplicity is key to successful unit testing – Part 2

A couple weeks ago we looked at the importance of making tests robust – which can be accomplished by keeping them simple, focused and loosely coupled. However, as you test more complicated methods, you’ll find that no matter how well-written … Continue reading 

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