Having just upgraded an existing solution to target Visual Studio 2010 and .NET 4.0, I found all of my MSTest unit tests were giving the following error message: Method TestProject.TestFixture.MyClassInitialize has wrong signature. Parameter 1 should be
My current primary client has an annoying habit of closing for random days and half-days, including last Thursday afternoon. I decided to try to make the most of this time off, by taking Microsoft exam 70-553, which has the snappy
I’m a bit behind on Dot Net Rocks since Barney, my beloved iPod, bit the dust. But I’ve been striving to catch up, and episode 411 is certainly worth a listen to enliven a dull commute: http://www.
The view from a train window, travelling between Leeds and Halifax on Friday morning. Even the industrial wastelands of West Yorkshire can look vaguely attractive at first light. I don't usually commute to Halifax by train, but made an exception
Last week I had the pleasure of attending a two-day MSDN event in Harrogate focusing on the upcoming Visual Studio 2005 and SQL Server 2005 releases. It was one of the better and more enjoyable MSDN roadshows I've been on,
Beta tutorials for ASP.NET 2.0 are available: http://quickstarts.asp.net/QuickStartv20/aspnet/ I like the "What's New in 2.0" panels at the top of each page - very useful.
Thanks to Jez for pointing out that since I rebuilt my server over the New Year period, the submit buttons on my sites haven't been working on certain versions of Internet Explorer. Turns out it was entirely due to my
Scott Hanselman's list of Ultimate Visual Studio .NET add-ins. I'm gonna have some fun with these. Hey, I never knew that Reflector was available as a VS add-in - cool!