archive: 2006/10

TestDriven.NET 2.0 RTMs

I just noticed that Jamie Cansdale has released v2.0 of TestDriven.NET.  The screenshot are of the new functionality are looking pretty damn cool.  I’m downloading as we speak.

Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 IDE Enhancements

Today I found this new set of addins for VS 2k5 thanks to a post by Greg Duncan.  According to the official Microsoft download page, these “…are a set of Visual Studio extensions provides tools t

Drinking and Posting

Sometimes I get scared of myself when I start drinking and posting.  Today I felt a little better when I saw that Michael Arrington and Robert Scoble did the same thing.  Even better is that

When have you tested enough?

First let me say that I am not a tester, let alone a test manager or a testing guru.   What I’m writing here is the out-of-scope ramblings of a developer. I’ve been on my new project for abo

Tree Surgeon

I have no idea where I managed to find this tool.  Regardless, I finally got around to having a go with it. Tree Surgeon is a .NET development tree generator.  Just give it the name of your

End of an era

Here in Alberta (and one could also say all of Canada) there has been one amazing constant in the MS developer world, Dan Sellers.  I have never had the privilege to have met or be taught by Dan,

Enforcing Coding Standards

One of the things that I’m working on as part of my new job is the creation of a Coding Standards document.  This is an interesting prospect as the software has already been developed for a signi