Posted by Chris Alcock on Thursday 20th November 2008 at 07:20 am | Tagged as: .NET, Development, Morning Brew, Uncategorized
- Where TDD fails for me – Jimmy Bogard talks about some of his current problem areas when working in a test driven way.
- Multi-tenancy part 1: Strategy. – Mike Hadlow talks about Multi-Tenancy in Web applications, and considers what strategy will work well for his ECommerce project. Mike and I talked at length about this subject at the UK Alt.Net conference, and I’m really looking forward to seeing how he goes about doing it – can’t wait for part 2.
- Introducing IronPython – Harry Pierson looks at IronPython in this introductory article, looking at how it differs from C# and VB.NET and yet still allows you to make good use of your .NET experience.
- XML Documentation File For Your .Net Project – It’s Important – Shahar Y reminds us about the XML Documentation Generation in Visual Studio and how that helps with working with the code in the IDE.
- Spike Code and Source Control – K. Scott Allen makes some good sense about not throwing away any code by keeping all your spike code in source code control for a number of very good reasons
- Emergent Complexity – Justin Etheredge talks about complexity in code due to interactions between classes, in the hopes of making people consider complexity when writing their applications
- Constructors and Inheritance – Why is this still so painful? – Tom Hollander talks about the pain points of having lots of constructors that you also want in implemented in subclasses
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