Monthly Archives: May 2014

TPL in a Unit Test? GENIUS!

How often have you created a unit test that you knew was long running (test all ___ overnight), only to find that eventually you hit a time when it never stopped, and horked up the rest of the test run? It’s happened to the best of us, I’m sure. However, thanks to .Net’s beautiful TPL,… Read More »

Got sweet code? Save it!

If you’re a Visual Studio user you’re more than familiar with snippets (I would hope). ctor, propa, testm, all very useful. But have you created your own snippets? You can do this with tools like the Snippet Designer extension, or roll your own by creating & editing a snippet XML file by hand based on… Read More »