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  • 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. ...

  • 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...

  • 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...

  • Maybe this example is not impressive as an entire ray tracer in a single line, but it gives an idea of the expressiveness of LINQ. I remember from my high school times, the internal spontaneous competitions looking...

  • May 31 2007
    ASMX to WCF migration

    In the last weeks I faced a real world example of an ASMX to WCF migration. The existing services has been relying in many of the features available in ASMX, and a complete rewrite would not be an option. Kenny...