Posted by Chris Alcock on Monday 19th May 2008 at 07:00 am | Tagged as: .NET, Development, Morning Brew
- A Web based application configuration wizard – An article on creating an ‘installer wizard’ for configuring settings of your web application once the files are uploaded
- Immutability and Concurrency – Part I – Getting to Know Immutable Data Structures – Rob Pickering starts a series on Concurrency and Immutability, starting with a simple mutable example in C# and moving it to a immutable F# implementation.
- Why Pluggable Applications Fail in NUnit? – Shahar Y encounters problems unit testing a pluggable application using NUnit. The good news is that there is a simple solution, disabling the shadow copy.
- Tough Questions about unit testing – Your comments required – Roy Osherove needs your help with a section of his forthcoming book.
- Implicit polymorphism and lazy collections in NHibernate – Derek Fowler has been playing with NHibernate a lot lately, and has run into an interesting bug – here he shows how to solve it using the Visitor Pattern
- Beginners Guide To Threading In .NET Part 1 of n – Sacha Barber starts another series, this time covering threading
- Auto-registration in ASP.NET MVC – Kyle Baley looks at auto registration of types with the IOC Container
- Extension Methods Roundup: IndicesWhere, TakeEvery, Distinct – Omer van Kloeten shares a few more extension methods
- Rhino Mocks – Arrange, Act, Assert Syntax – Ayende shows off the new Arrange Act Assert syntax of Rhino Mocks 3.5 beta
- Rhino Mocks 3.5 Beta Released – Ayende announces the latest beta release of Rhino Mocks – currently a .NET 3.5 only release, however the final release will also support 2.0
- Mandelbrot revisited – benchmark edition – Jon Skeet generates Mandelbrot sets in a host of different ways to demonstrate the performance characteristics of each way of parallelism.
- What Determines High Quality Code? – Casey Charlton considers the factors that determine code quality, and principles that can be applied to achieve this
- Reading Code Over the Telephone – Eric Lippert asks how we should pronounce the => operator
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