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Feb
6
comment Opposite term of indent
What about builder.Indents.Push () and builder.Indents.Pop () ?
Jan
26
comment How to structure unit tests for a GUI app using C# and NUnit
Informally, it does. The exe is just the view, which loads the presenter, models, and viewmodels out of a class library as part of application startup. At least in my solution, the view is dumb enough that we don't test it with automated tests, and just do acceptance tests to make sure things are spelled right and buttons are where they should be. NUnit-testing a dll is very easy to do.
Jan
25
revised How to structure unit tests for a GUI app using C# and NUnit
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Jan
25
answered How to structure unit tests for a GUI app using C# and NUnit
Jan
25
comment Is functional programming just different, or is it actually really tougher?
@konrad: RISC assembler IS probably the easiest language to learn. To know how to make it do something useful is another story all-together...
Jan
25
comment Can I use the concept of 'tags' (derived from StackExchange sites) in a personal project?
Tagging is not a concept unique to SO. Go for it.
Jan
5
answered Most frequently used design patterns in refactoring (my example)
Dec
30
awarded  Nice Answer
Dec
29
answered How does unit testing work?
Dec
5
answered Should we bind view to a model property or ViewModel should have it's own..?
Dec
2
comment Is this a correct situation to use a constant?
my top option (index 0, that never changes) ... wait until you meet your first Business Analyst.
Nov
29
answered Increase Performance of VS 2010 by using a SSD
Nov
22
answered Unit testing - getting started
Nov
11
comment Is it OK to use dynamic typing to reduce the amount of variables in scope?
Your file = open(file) example is the kind that people are talking about when they say "Write code as if the next person maintaining it is a violent psychopath"
Nov
10
awarded  Enlightened
Nov
10
awarded  Nice Answer
Nov
9
awarded  Organizer
Nov
9
revised C#: Explicitly defining variable data types vs. using the keyword 'var'?
edited tags
Nov
9
answered Paranoid Encryption
Nov
8
comment How can I make sure I'm writing C++ like it's meant to be written?
@DeadMG, actually, based on your comment, a Huffman encoder is EXACTLY what I want C++ for. I already write in higher-level languages, and it sounds like C++ is a padded-corners shim to C-style power and speed, which is exactly what I'm wanting to learn.