February 2017 Entries

Migrating from NUnit to XUnit–SetupFixture fun

So I was limited to a specific version of NUnit for various reasons, and needed to start being able to run ‘core’ tests, so I migrated to XUnit. Generally not a problem until I hit ‘SetupFixture’. XUnit has no concept of ‘SetupFixture’ and from what I can gather, won’t either (https://github.com/xunit/x... So, in order to get the same approach, I need to implement ‘IClassFixture<T>’ on every test class. I could do this by going through each 1 by 1, but then how can I ensure that ......

Setting up Slackin using Azure and Let’s Encrypt

So I started the sw-dotnet-developers slack (https://sw-dotnet.uk/) a week or so ago, and quickly realised I needed some kind of self registration system to avoid me having to send off invites to everyone, which would become boring very quickly. I did some searching and found Slackin – a little server that enables public access to a slack server – awesome! It even has an Azure Deploy setup – literally click on one link and fill in some details to get it installed. NB – I had to use the ‘latest’, ......

Cornwall .NET Developer Meetup–FIRST!

Living in Cornwall is great, surf, sun (ha!) and stunning views all over the place – I’m very lucky :) But one thing it does lack – is .NET meetups, in Cornwall – there are approximately none. That’s right – none! Well – no longer! Software Cornwall has created one - https://www.meetup.com/Corn... admittedly this is short notice (it’s this Friday) but – if you’re a .NET developer, and you live in Cornwall, I encourage you to get over there! As a side note – I’ve just started ......