I released version 0.5 of the
„ADO.NET Unit Testable Repository Generator„.
In a short time the download counter reached 900. W00t! :mrgreen:
This encouraged me to bring up an improved version. It now simplifies Unit Tests by implementing “Equals”. Additionally, the dependency to Microsoft Unity is now optional.
All resources were updated:
In this lecture I want to concentrate again on Unit Tests with Visual Studio 2010. I finished the lesson with a lot of open questions. I will try to address all of them.
You can prepare yourself by [googling|yahooing|binging] about the following keywords:
- Dependencies, Dependency Injection
- Lambda Expressions
- MsTest, NUnit
My next big topic will be AJAX and especially jQuery. Depending on the progress with the UT stuff I will open this chapter at Wednesday, too. No special preparation will be required, but the Firebug extension for Firefox would be helpful!
[ENGLISH] I found this presentation on my disk. It’s an introduction to the Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) that was released with .NET 3.0. The slides are in German only. But the demo solution is written in English.
@My Students: this is just for your interest! But I’m going to introduce Message Exchange patterns in the next lesson.
[DEUTSCH] Ich habe diese Präsentation auf meiner Festplatte entdeckt. Sie führt in die Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) ein, welche ab .NET 3.0 mit an Bord ist. Die Folien sind auf Deutsch. Mit dabei ist ein Demo-Anwendung.
[BOX_START]Please repeat the stuff and answer the following questions by mail:
1. What are Unit Tests?
2. Why and when should I use them?
3. How do I write Unit Tests?
We will continue with the 5th lesson at Wednesday, the 10th of November 2010.[BOX_STOP]
In this lesson I want to finish the sample solution. For me a programming task is only finished, if all necessary Unit Tests are written and if those tests finish successfully!
Please make sure, that you have the latest version of
on your laptop. (checkout with TortoiseSVN!)