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  • Breaking on exceptions reveals the ugly truth of your application

    So, you wanna know how good or bad your application really is?  Setup your IDE to break on all thrown exceptions.  This will really let you know how good or bad your application is.  This is also great way to find a pesky unhandled exception. To tell your IDE to break on thrown exceptions...
    Posted to Derik Whittaker by Derik Whittaker on 02-04-2008
    Filed under: Development Tools, .Net IDE, HowTo
  • StructureMap 101 Error Gotcha

    Today I was putting together a test app for a few presentations I am doing in the coming weeks (announcements on these coming soon).  While doing this I kept getting a 101 exception when trying to build an object via StructureMap's ObjectFactory (error information here ). Error message Assembly...
    Posted to Derik Whittaker by Derik Whittaker on 02-02-2008
    Filed under: Development Tools, Agile, StructureMap, HowTo
  • NHibernate and Automatic Properties gotcha

    Just an FYI. If you are using NHibernate and have objects that are using the new Automatic Properties feature of .Net 3.5 make sure that your NHibernate .hbm file does not have 'default-access="field.camelcase-underscore"' in the hibernate-mapping node. If you have this attribute set...
    Posted to Derik Whittaker by Derik Whittaker on 01-31-2008
    Filed under: Agile, NHibernate, HowTo
  • Using System.ComponentModel Attributes to your advantage

    The System.ComponentModel namespace (more information here ) in .Net contains an array of various attributes that every .Net developer should know about.  These attributes provide a way for the developer to implement design-time and run-time behavior on both controls and components.  In addition...
    Posted to Derik Whittaker by Derik Whittaker on 01-30-2008
    Filed under: Development, .Net IDE, .Net, UI, WinForms, HowTo
  • Mocking Voids with LastCall and RhinoMocks

    When following TDD, using mocking tools like RhinoMocks ( here ) or NMock ( here ) is a critical part of the process. By utilizing mocking tools you can better isolate your tests to only test the code that you have direct control over. This can prove to be critical component to building out your test...
    Posted to Derik Whittaker by Derik Whittaker on 10-22-2007
    Filed under: TDD, Rhino Mocks, HowTo
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