Dec 19 2007
In these days of agile and TDD, most probably you had to deal with mocks. In such case, you have two options: create hundreds of mock classes by hand, one for each expected behavior for every unit test, or use a mock framework. There are many mock...
Dec 1 2007
Some time ago I wrote a post about how to create REST clients using WCF and taking advantage of its extensibility to obtain a type safe endpoint. My approach implied create a bunch of WCF behaviors and other extensions that intercepts the messages...
Dec 1 2007
I really love this new feature of VS2008 that allows you to cleanup the 'usings' section of C# files (and I've been always missing this from Eclipse) but I was a bit disappointed when I found there is no choice to execute automatically before every...
Nov 16 2007
Here are some Java tips for making your code more beautiful, understandable, reliable and maintable. They are in no particular order. Suppose your code will be read by somebody else. Even if you are working on a project on your own, it's worth commenting...
Nov 7 2007
If you have to generate xml in ruby I suggest take a look at builder gems. It has really little overhead to generate xml. Take a look to this example: require 'Builder' xm = Builder::XmlMarkup.new( :target => $stdout , :indent => 2 ) xm.instruct!...
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