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bio website blog.gregbrant.com
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I am head of .NET development at twentysix.
I have won a Flash Forward award (in the art category) for my work on 15x15
I am an EPiServer certified developer
I love working in C# (mainly ASP.NET) but I'm also a solid Flash developer and I wish I had more time to learn and use Python.
I instigated and implemented Source Control at twentysix (SVN) and bug tracking (using Trac) on Ubuntu.


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awarded  Nice Question
Mar
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comment How can I test a parser for a bespoke XML schema?
Playing around some more, the big overhead is creating the test data so I'm going to go with embedding XML documents in the assembly, but I'm still curious about testing individual methods of the parser.
Mar
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revised How can I test a parser for a bespoke XML schema?
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Mar
5
comment How can I test a parser for a bespoke XML schema?
This seems more brute force than I was envisaging. It's not so much a unit test as a system test; e.g. "Does the parser parse the whole document", rather than testing each method parses an XML fragment as expected.
Mar
5
accepted Are there any private code review communities?
Mar
5
accepted Off-shore bug fixing
Mar
5
asked How can I test a parser for a bespoke XML schema?
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Aug
26
accepted what is the correct/best way to populate a secondary property of an MVC Model and how do I unit test it?
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asked what is the correct/best way to populate a secondary property of an MVC Model and how do I unit test it?
Aug
15
asked Are there any private code review communities?
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awarded  Supporter
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awarded  Student
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awarded  Editor
Aug
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revised Is there a design pattern for managing dependencies?
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awarded  Autobiographer
Aug
6
asked Is there a design pattern for managing dependencies?
Apr
11
comment Off-shore bug fixing
Good point, no one else has envisaged that angle.