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Unit Tests Everywhere
Recently I’ve been able to extend my unit test code coverage as I’ve been introducing more features into our code base. I know this is something that should always be done, but for whatever reason, that’s not the case. What I’ve come to notice is our current method of organizing our unit test makes adding new features and test for new features awkward. Currently our unit tests align perfectly with the class they test. So for example, if we have a class: namespace MyCompany.Domain{ public class Foo{} ......

Posted On Monday, June 30, 2008 6:19 PM

ReSharper Tip of the Day: Custom Live Templates
In R#’s option menu scroll down the Templates section and click the Live Templates node. Click on the User Templates node to see the user templates that are already created. Then click the Create Template toolbar item: Type the abbreviation you want to use, a description of the template and the template text. There is a help doc to help you with the syntax and keywords of their scripting language ( Now when ......

Posted On Monday, June 30, 2008 7:44 AM

ReSharper Tip of the Day: Find Dependent Code
If you want to know what code is depends on what references, right click on the reference and select Find Dependent Code. ReSharper will let you know where all the code is that actually uses that assembly. Sorry about the poor man’s obfuscation. The screen shots were lifted from an internal e-mail I used to spread the tip ......

Posted On Friday, June 27, 2008 12:46 PM

ReSharper Tip of the Day: Suggest a Variable Name
If you find naming your variables mundane, press CTRL+Space after you type the type name and ReSharper will suggest a couple for you. Want something a little better? If you start typing, it will tack on the suggestion to the end of what you started ......

Posted On Thursday, June 26, 2008 4:04 PM

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