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NuGet is a very nice addition to the .NET developers’ arsenal. It is a central place for every library and framework in .NET. It has pretty good tooling integrated into Visual Studio and the command line options are pretty sweet too. It can pull down...
One week after DDD Belfast, I was up in Sunderland for the first ever DDD North. The session line-up looked fantastic and it geared up to be a fantastic day. Crossposted from www.heartysoft.com
After repeated attempts to resume blogging, I think I’m pretty much determined to end my hiatus. And I’ll start off with my experience at DDD Belfast.... Crossposted from www.heartysoft.com
Ashic looks at a gotcha when returning a view with a string model from a controller in ASP.NET MVC. Note: Cross posted from Heartysoft.com . Permalink
Ashic discusses why some data is best passed in via the ViewBag dynamic as opposed to strongly typed viewmodels. Read full article at http://www.heartysoft.com/post/2011/03/13/ViewBag-can-be-goode280a6honestly.aspx
I just published MSMSpec - my latest project. It uses T4 to extend your MSpec test classes so that they can be tested by the MSTest runner. And it comes with NuGet awesomeness. Read all about it here: http://www.heartysoft.com/post/2011/03/06/Introducing...
Say hello to SeleniuMspec! Note: Crossposted from http://www.heartysoft.com/post/2011/01/03/Introducing-SeleniuMspec.aspx
Ashic starts off a new series of articles on software craftsmanship called "Ninja Coding". In this post, he looks at code comments and why he favours self explanatory code over comments, with examples. Note: Cross posted from Heartysoft.com . Permalink
Ashic shows the various View improvements in ASP.NET MVC 3 CTP1 in a 45 minute screencast. Topics covered include Razor syntax, layouts, templating, global namespaces. He also takes a look at the new dynamic viewmodel and how it can be used to clean up...
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