• Testing & ALM

    TechEd 2013–Great Conversations, Speaker Idol, Channel 9, and Best of Tech Ed 2013

    Guess who won best of TechEd? Telerik did, that's who! Also, Jeff Fritz was runner up for Speaker Idol, and a great interview on Channel 9. Read all about TechEd and Telerik here!
  • .NET

    JustCode Code Style Settings for C# - Part 2

    In our previous blog posts on the JustCode Formatter ("Introducing the Formatter" and "Comparing the JustCode Formatter to the Visual Studio Formatter") we showed you what it is and how it works. Our latest post on the formatter detailed the first half of the settings for C#. In this post, we will show the rest of the code style settings for C#.
    December 11, 2012
  • .NET

    5 Things You Should Know About Refactoring in C#

    There are many misconceptions among developers and development managers about refactoring. Perhaps a consultant used refactoring as an excuse to spend needless cycles reading blogs, or maybe a “refactoring” was blamed for a large swath of bugs found in a release. Regardless of the source, there are development shops that cower in fear or scream in terror when the word “refactoring” is uttered aloud. The problem is they were frightened by something other than refactoring. I hang out with developers around the globe at conferences, user groups, and sometimes just to grab a bite to eat. I enjoy discussing code and long...
    September 10, 2012
  • .NET Mobile

    Lambda woes with csc

    While helping with the development of our Tasks application I stumbled upon a strange compiler error. There was a lambda expression that was compiling just fine before I touched the file with the lambda and after changing a line inside the body of the lambda, the project suddenly stopped compiling. The error was, that it could not find an adequate overload of the method that accepted the lambda in question as an argument. The cause turned out to be very interesting(for me at least) and I think it is worth sharing. Consider that you have a function with two overloads that both accept...
  • .NET

    Fun with pointers in C#

    Disclaimer: this post is all about fun. It is not about: turning a bug into a feature; some new isolation/mocking practice; wow, look what I will do with pointers in my next project; It is all about fun :)
    July 19, 2010