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Working as a freelance Technical Coach at Seize IT for the Microsoft platform. Focused on giving seminars and training for the complete Microsoft Web Stack.

I started programming when I was 7 (with Quick Basic!) and fell in love with it. Then I started developing games in C++ and OpenGL. After that I used several other languages like Visual Basic and Delphi. Now I'm using C# and the .NET Framework from its first release.

My main focus is on helping companies to stay up-to-date with all new developments.

If you want to get in touch you can reach me on wouter@seizeit.nl or on Twitter @wouterdekort.


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comment I've unit tested my class, now how do I get started with an integration test?
@LewisBassett I'm no Php developer but the xUnit Test patterns(amazon.com/xUnit-Test-Patterns-Refactoring-Code/dp/0131495054) is definitely a good read. Also the articles at misko.hevery.com/code-reviewers-guide are really interesting.
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comment I've unit tested my class, now how do I get started with an integration test?
Yeah! I understood you already did the unit tests. Does the MCAPI object keep track of the recipients and is that the cleanup you have to do? If it's the third parties 'problem', there is nothing you can do about in an integration test. If you on the other keep track of the list, you should make sure you're avoiding global data (and singletons) to make sure tests don't influence each other. In a perfect world, cleaning things up when a test starts/finishes, points to a design flaw but in the real world, you can't always avoid it.
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