Why I'm happy to have ponied up for NCrunch, an automated concurrent testing tool for Visual Studio.
It’s been a while since I blogged anything complimentary about TFS / Team System, so I thought I’d mention that I appreciate the improvements to the build details screens in VS2010. Here’s how a particular completed build appeared
OK, why is is it Framework 4 and not Framework 4.0? The differing precisions in this drop-down are playing havoc with my OCD. Also, I see Scott Hanselman mentioned “C# 4 (not 4.0, the marketing folks say it's
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
There are many things I love about Team Foundation Server, but the supplied diff/merge tool is not one of them. It is - how can I put this? – somewhat basic. Indeed, I’ve heard tell of people going out
Despite the plethora of blogs, podcasts, and online videos that currently abound, I still prefer to get most of my technical learning via the trusty old dead-tree format. Here’s a quick round-up of the techie books that I bought
IM received this morning: Morning young man. Do you know of anywhere that I can get hold of best practices for stored procedure source control? My response was to recommend checking out the series of articles on this subject by
Woohoo, it happened! That glorious tipping point where some technology that I previously revered as complex, mystical, and probably not a whole lot of use in the real world suddenly flipped over to seeming like the normal, natural, and