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While trying to get up to speed on using Castle’s ActiveRecord framework, one of the first things I needed to do was figure out how to test my ActiveRecord objects. There are some a good articles that describes how to us a base test class to get your unit tests up and running. In a nutshell you need to have a TestFixtureStartup to initialize ActiveRecord. ......

Castle’s ActiveRecord frame work is an easy way to get introduced to NHibernate if you’re not familiar with setting up and using NHibernate (which I’m not). However many people are not fond of the ActiveRecord pattern. It can be a leaky abstraction, putting persistence related functions on your domain model is not a very clean separation of concerns ......

ASP.Net MVC Framework Links Here is a list of all of the MVC Framework Postings / links that I know of or at least have read. The Download. The download was a little more buried than I anticipated. It wasn't on the front page of asp.net, at least not when I found it. http://www.asp.net/download... From Here you can find the Quickstarts ......

This example shows two of my favorite things about jQuery: chainable methods and the find method. The find method is the easiest way to find decendent objects. There are many other ways, but when you to perform work on the parent and the child, chaining the work keeps the code tight and reduces the number of object that must be created Let's say you ......

So you may have heard the Alt.Net moniker being thrown around. You might have become curious enough to read David Laribee. But do you want to learn where the rubber meets the metal? Join the AltNetConf User Group and subscribe to the mailing list. This is becoming a very active group where people are asking questions about how people are using different ......

There have been plenty of posts about the new asp.net MVC framework that was posted from the alt.net conference. There's very little that I can add to those posts other than I am really excited. Right after that Scott Hanselman (the link to the video is in this link) did a demo of possible ways the MVC could be used to along with the Dynamic Language ......

So I've got this pet project of mine that I'm trying to work on in my spare time (hehehe). I started this for several reasons, mainly I need an application that I can sink my teeth into. I've gone down several paths on how to implement it, from a Javascript view to MonoRail to a smart client. I've finally settled down to using Ruby on Rails to do it. ......

So the Alt.Net Conference is over, and let me tell you it was an amazing experience. I've been reading some of the early reactions on the blogs and had some conversations over a great lunch after the conference. Two of them that were not issues for me was the "Echo Chamber" and "Preaching to the Choir". These are legitmate and if you've been doing this ......

When running this test Sprint s = new Sprint(); ValidationResult<Sprint> result = new ValidationResult<Sprint&... result.Result = true; using(mocks.Unordered()) { Expect.On(sprintRepository)... Expect.On(view).Call(view.E... } mocks.ReplayAll(); ......

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