Monthly Archives: August 2008

NHibernate 2.0: Changes Overview

My post .NET Framework 3.5 SP1: Changes Overview on analysis evolution, structure and quality of the .NET framework code base with NDepend became popular. It shows the interest of the community for the under the hood of popular Fx. Thus … Continue reading 

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Source Files Rebasing

I would like to detail here a recent featurette we added to NDepend v2.9.1: Source files rebasing. Source files rebasing enables a common CI scenario where the code is compiled in one location and analyzed in another one.   NDepend needs to access source … Continue reading 

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.NET 3.5 SP1: Changes Overview

For the curious, here are some informations about the brand new .NET 3.5 SP1 changes, compared to .NET 3.5. These results were obtained with the assembly comparison feature of the tool NDepend.  Summary: # Assemblies    112# Namespaces    919 to 935      … Continue reading 

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Rules for Spartan Programmers

A month ago, Jeff Atwood (Coding Horror) wrote a blog post about Spartan Programming. The idea is to tend toward minimalism coding style: Minimalism isn’t always the right choice, but it’s rarely the wrong choice.   I figured out that … Continue reading 

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