Archive for July, 2010

Someone once wrote: Build IT and they shall come. We came, we saw, and we rejoiced. For it was Developer Developer Developer Sydney. And it was awesome! One of the largest free developer turnouts that I have had the privilege to attend. Rumors on the day were that over 150 .NET developers over Sydney and […]

Here’s a helper that will allow you to compare 2 objects using reflection. Note: that this will also go through the objects base class and compare the base class fields and properties. I found it necessary to do this, however for speed you may want to add BindingFlags.DeclaredOnly to type.GetProperties() and type.GetFields() to limit the […]

Every now and again it’s necessary to resolve a dependency at runtime. When this happens you don’t really have much of a choice but to insert mock objects into your test fixtures IoC container. The following patterns allow me to specify 1 abstract base class and have all dependent unit tests inherit these stubs thus […]


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