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Chris Canal A Scottish .NET Developer April 2008 Entries
ALT.NET Geek Code Generator
Scott Hanselman has been spending some time making an interesting ALT.NET Greek Code Generator. Just check some boxes and create your very own ALT.NET Geek badge, now in Silverlight ......

Posted On Wednesday, April 23, 2008 8:36 PM

Handy HttpPostedFile & HttpFileCollection abstractions
I've just upgraded to the latest version interim drop of the MVC framework and MVC Contrib (which I can't seem to build from source using NAnt...). Everything appeared to be ok, except for one thing: a controller action that uploads a file was now throwing an error: cannot convert from 'System.Web.HttpPostedFileB... to 'System.Web.HttpPostedFile' After a few seconds of confusion I quicky dawned on me that this might be a very good thing. A quick look at the System.Web.Abstractions confirmed my throughts, ......

Posted On Wednesday, April 23, 2008 8:18 PM

New to Design Patterns?
Have all your Desgin Pattern woes solved and more: http://uncyclopedia.org/wik... As a general rule of thumb, keep in mind that your code instantly gets 270-890% better when using design patterns (unless, of course, you are programming in Perl or Assembly). Note also that design patterns let you score big time with the ladies at parties (unless you abuse Dependency Rejection pattern), increase the size of your member, make you a better driver, and level you directly to OT9. Made my ......

Posted On Wednesday, April 23, 2008 9:34 AM

Glasgow ALT.NET Meetup - 28th May
Looks like there is going to be a meetup on the 28th of May for the Scotland ALT.NET User Group. Unfortunately I might be on holiday so I won't be there! :( If your interesting in participating, check out the mailing list. Looks like it will be an informal meet up in Waxy O'Conner as a precursor to a more formal meetup. I'm keen on getting an Open Space conference going like what took place in Seattle at the weekend ......

Posted On Tuesday, April 22, 2008 11:15 AM

Glasgow ALT.NET User Group
My dev manager has decided he has had enough of the terrible level of development education in Glasgow, so he's wanting to start a Glasgow ALT.NET User Group. It's not a job requirement for me to join, so I'm there. If your in Scotland and you want to discuss ALT.NET with other Scotland based develoepers, be sure to sign up. He posted on Scottish Developers and you can sign up for the mailing list here: http://tech.groups.yahoo.co... ......

Posted On Monday, April 21, 2008 9:11 AM

WANTED: Glasgow based Trainee .NET Developer
Strictly no agencies. I mean it! If I get a single call or email I will NOT be polite. My employer is looking to hire a trainee .NET developer. No real previous .NET experience is required, but you must have a passion for development and the latest technology. You'll get the opportunity to learn and work with many practices and tools that fall under the ALT.NET banner: Agile Practices Test Driven Development Domain Driven Development Continuous Integration NHibernate Castle Binsor BOO Rhino .NET ......

Posted On Friday, April 18, 2008 11:51 AM

TeamCity and NUnit 2.4.7 *Updated*
If your on the ALT.NET mailing list, you probably seen the argument debate of the choice of CI Server. I've always used CC.NET, but decided to give TeamCity a whirl last night. Overall I'm impressed, but I'm having a problem running my tests. I'm using the latest build of NUnit (2.4.7) and Team City returns an error : Failure executing test(s). If you assembly is not built using NUnit version 2.4.6.0, then ensure you have redirected assembly bindings. Consult the documentation of the <nunit2> ......

Posted On Thursday, April 10, 2008 12:02 PM

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