Unit Testing and Expected Exceptions

When writing unit tests that cover methods that can throw known exceptions, you generally want to make sure that your tests actually test the conditions that can cause the exception and that you do, in fact, throw the correct exception. Most unit test frameworks, including MSTest and NUnit, use an... [Read More]

Microsoft Test and Code Coverage

I have been writing a lot of unit tests lately using Microsoft Test. This included converting a bunch of old NUnit tests to the MS Test format, which was relatively painless. While examining the code coverage results (after all, what good are unit tests if you don’t know what portions... [Read More]

TweeTube – Video Sharing for Twitter

There are a lot of different sites available for sharing pictures on Twitter, but it seems like there are very few that allow you to easily share videos. All of that has changed with the launch today of TweeTube. TweeTube bills itself as being “The easiest... [Read More]

Florida Technical Communities (January 2009 Update)

Florida has a very active developer community. The biggest problem we seem to have is that all of these different groups usually don’t know about each and there hasn’t been a “centralized clearinghouse” listing all of the technical communities. Joe Healy, one of our Florida Microsoft Developer Evangelists, maintains... [Read More]

Some Clarifications on my Los Techies blog

It seems there has been some confusion and concern over my decision to also blog on the Los Techies website that I wanted to clarify. The most important point I want to make is: For those of you who subscribe to my blog hosted on Geeks With Blogs (<a... [Read More]