Does this sounds familiar to you: You come to work early(ish) in the morning - ready to apply a new technology you've just learnt about - just to find out that you can't. Your frustration grows as you understand that in order to use this "new and shiny" some adjustments must be made and what … Continue reading Using C# anonymous types to assert complex results in your unit tests
A while ago I've needed to count the number of events arriving from an external system and perform a specific task once a specific threshold has been reached. I've needed to count groups of events each group had it's own unique key. Although I might have been able to solve this problem using a dictionary … Continue reading How to count the number of event invocations using Rx
A few years ago I had to pleasure to speak at ConFoo Montreal and it was fun. This is why I'm excited to have the chance to come to Montreal once again. This time I'm not going to talk about unit testing, instead I have the following sessions: Developing multi-platform microservices using .NET core - … Continue reading ConFoo Montreal – Here I come!
The short answer is... Soon? During AWS re:invent I've hoped to finally hear about .NET Core 2.0 Lambda functions, and I did, but it was not what I expected. You can see the good people of Amazon are hard at work, there's a demo of .NET Core 2.0 towards the 13min mark. Hopefully soon we'll … Continue reading When would we get .NET Core 2.0 AWS Lambdas?
I have been "living" in the C++ world since the very beginning (of my career). But lately I've noticed a rising interest in C++ unit testing and even got to speaking about it in NDC Oslo. But there's more to it than testing 10 year old C++ legacy code - it is my opinion that … Continue reading Getting started with C++ unit testing
My latest course: Advanced C++ Mocking Using Google Mock was published during the weekend. After finishing my very first Pluralsight course I knew I want to author another one. I've been working with C++, Java and .NET developers for the last five years, teaching about clean code, design patterns and unit testing. I've seen good developers struggle with TDD, … Continue reading New Pluralsight course: Advanced C++ Mocking Using Google Mock
Amazon Web Services (AWS) was always supportive of Java, Node.js and Python. But with the lately C# support has been added as well. For the last few months I've been using C# to develop tools and services for the AWS cloud, and so I was happy to discover last month that a prview for AWS … Continue reading Programming AWS using Visual Studio 2017