Most of these tricks, build systems will do for you, so this isn’t something to be worried about during development. But if for whatever reason, you don’t have a build process, or you’re doing a programming problem, here’s some tricks to save even more space. Continue reading
I’d like to say that I’m a good learner. I haven’t always been able to say that, especially in school sometimes.
That has changed over time as I’ve gone through my career as a software developer. This field is moving at a frantic pace and if you don’t keep up, you’ll wake up one day and know nothing.
How does anyone keep up with it? The secret is self-education.
I’ve recently started a new web project that has a testing setup that has grown into something that’s worth sharing. I’ve expressed my struggles with TDD in the past, but I dedicated myself to testing in this project, no matter the hurdles.
I want to show people that testing a well architected .NET app isn’t complicated and shouldn’t be hard. If thought through smartly, great test coverage is can be a valuable asset in any app. Continue reading
Here are the top reads of articles, libraries, and websites that I found cool or useful for the past month. Enjoy!
Widgets are the basis on which a vast majority of the Dojo Toolkit is based on. If you’re not familiar with Dojo, I would suggest just checking it out then coming back to this post. It’s probably overkill in what it provides for most web apps, but if you’re looking for all-in-one solution, Dojo brings quite a bit to the table.
I wanted to make this post as a starting point going forward since I want to share some widgets I’ve written and worked with. Continue reading