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One interface to rule them all
I'm not shy about telling people that I'm not much of a computer science kind of guy. It's not that I don't respect computer science or understand it, I'm just not one to get academic over it to the point of not building anything. And while I can't always...
Rebuilding CoasterBuzz, Part IV: Dependency injection, it's what's for breakfast
(Repost from my personal blog .) This is another post in a series about rebuilding one of my Web sites, which has been around for 12 years. I hope to relaunch soon. More: Part I: Evolution, and death to WCF Part II: Hot data objects Part III: The architecture...
Abstracting away issues of HttpContext from your ASP.NET MVC controllers
I've noticed that I write software in one of three modes: For myself: Shortcuts, less testing, not well-factored. For myself but in public: Mostly POP Forums , which I try to avoid letting it suck since others will use it and see the code. For sharing...
This isn’t the process you’re looking for
There was a fairly awesome pissing match between “Uncle” Bob Martin and, well, everyone, on Twitter today. Twitter isn’t a great venue for this kind of thing, because it’s hard to read and hard to make a solid point, but basically Bob suggested that you...
Lessons from rewriting POP Forums for MVC, open source-like
It has been a ton of work, interrupted over the last two years by unemployment, moving, a baby, failing to sell houses and other life events, but it's really exciting to see POP Forums v9 coming together. I'm not even sure when I decided to really commit...
Coding rules, self-debate and formatting a string in your view
I was thinking to myself about how I wanted to format dates in a particular project recently. I said, "Self, is it wrong to use an extension method inside a view to do this?" I was clearly distracted with something else, so I didn't answer, but then The...
Current technology stack
Every once in awhile, I feel like I've changed enough stuff around the technology that I'm using to take a sort of inventory. Mostly I just want to be able to refer back to it the next time I feel compelled to do so. In terms of hardware, the last year...
Dependency injection, providers and ASP.NET MVC
I've been thinking a lot about all of the frameworks we have now to use with our, uh, frameworks. There's a framework to solve every problem. Dependency injection frameworks are of particular interest to a lot of people because they make unit testing...
Made the switch to Subversion, back to NUnit from VSTS
After about two years of using SourceGear 's Vault, I switched to Subversion for source control. I was using Vault because it was free, Web-based, integrated with Visual Studio and was generally familiar. Now I need to get more people into the loop...
A four-hour software challenge
I was thinking about stuff that I need to code for my sites, and was thinking about how I'd like a place for the public to track bugs. Yeah, stuff like that already exists, but it'd be nice to have something more basic. Then I realized it might...
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