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Agile UI Development in .NET: Table Of Contents


My series on agile UI development in .NET consists of several individual posts. To simplify navigation, you’ll find here an up-to-data table of contents with links.
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UI Responsibilities
The Big Picture
UI Commands
Model Commands
Nested Views

Mocking Adventures with NMock2: Stubs Advanced


NMock2 is a library for assisting test driven development of .NET code by providing a dynamic mock object creation framework.
In my last post on NMock2, I introduced the new Stub feature of NMock2 and its basic usage. In the second part, we are going to have a look at the advanced possibilities of the Stub mock style:

Define Mock Style Of Nested Mocks
Define Default Values

NMock2 Documentation Now On MediaWiki


Due to changes on and its hosted applications, the documentation of NMock2 – a library for assisting test driven development of .NET code by providing a dynamic Mock Object framework for .NET interfaces and classes (virtual and abstract members of classes) – has been moved from WikiSpaces to MediaWiki.
You can check it out at

Big Brother on Amazon


I’m currently in my yearly military reputation course (called WK). So I have a lot of time to read the newspapers. At Thursday the 21 of July there was a nice article in the “Tages Anzeiger”, one of the best newspaper in Switzerland. Amazon has a nice e-book reader called Kindle. The device has a kill switch which allows Amazon to gain full control over the device. Many of the next generation devices have this kind of access port like the iPhone, Vista, Xbox and PS3… So...

Request for comments


The requests for comments (short RFC) stays for a series of technical and organizational documents of the RFC-Editors for the Internet (originally ARPANET) which was founded on the 7. April 1969. Most of you guys I’m sure know what RFCs are and might have already read of the famous RFCs on the editors page.
But did you know that there is also a set of humoristic RFCs available on the editors page?

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