AOP sessions on IDNDUG

I’ve just come back from my dual session on AOP on the local user group. The first part was introduction to AOP – what is it and why should you care.I’ve also reviewed several ways to implement AOP in your code from functional programming to full AOP frameworks.Introduction to aophttp://static.slidesharecdn.com/swf/ssplayer2.swf?doc=introductiontoaop-120321143232-phpapp02&stripped_title=introduction-to-aop&userName=dhelper View more presentations from Dror … Continue reading AOP sessions on IDNDUG

NUnit’s new Action Attributes is AOP to your unit tests

With the new NUnit release (v2.6) introduce a new feature called Action Attributes which means that now NUnit has rolled out it’s own mini-AOP capabilities. In the past SetUp and TearDown where used to perform actions before and/or after a test run, they worked well enough but were limited to running certain operation only on … Continue reading NUnit’s new Action Attributes is AOP to your unit tests