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  • Testing .Net Components Using NUnitMar 08, 2001. Write unit tests before starting development". Writing test allows me to see immediate results of every code change.
  • XML Strengths and Weaknesses with DOM, ASP, and XSLApr 30, 2001. In this article we're going to take a look at some of the terminology that comes with using XML and its related technologies, as well as how to create and transform XML documents with XSL using Microsoft's MSXML parser. To test the code samples shown in this article you should be running Windows NT/2000/XP with IIS installed. You should also have SQL server 2000 installed on the same machine.
  • Com and Component creation in C#Jun 09, 2001. Component is nothing but the reusable piece of software in binary form that can be plugged into other components from other vendors.
  • Snooping on C#.NET Regular ExpressionsJun 26, 2001. I present here two micro test utils, which will let you play with regular expressions. Regular expression( System.Text.RegularExpressions.Regex ) is a powerful class very useful for parsing, splitting or replacing texts.
  • Introduction to Pocket PCOct 31, 2001. At the time of writing (Oct 2001) Microsoft has shipped Pocket PC 2002 and also has just released the Visual Studio .NET add-on for Pocket PC called the compact framework.
  • NUnit for people who can't cook - Part IDec 13, 2001. This article should l help C# user to get the most out of NUnit. Therefore, we are going to cover not only the usage of NUnit , but also the small tricks on how to set it up most efficiently.
  • Web Enabled C# ApplicationJan 02, 2002. C# is a sharp-edged weapon for Microsoft Visual Studio Programmers. My article beneath presents a brief eye-catching vivid view of programming internet web-browser using C#(C Sharp), and solves today's need with tomorrow's software!
  • NUnit for people who can't workJan 02, 2002. In this lesson I will show how to numerically solve algebraic and ordinary differential equations, and perform numerical integration with Simpson method.
  • Interrogating Systems with WMIJan 18, 2002. WMI allows you to retrieve information such as hardware types, software installed and much much more.
  • Marble Solitaire Solution Display in GDI+Feb 13, 2002. The application finds and displays solutions to a game of solitaire. The application was written using Visual Studio.NET Version 7.0.9254. The test suite was written using NUnit, which is a .NET port of JUnit.
  • Drawing Transparent Images and Shapes using Alpha BlendingApr 22, 2002. Alpha blending is a process of mixing colors and generating a transparent affect. To test this, you draw some graphics shapes on a surface and draw image on top of those shapes and you should be able to see the shapes.
  • A Database Component: Inserting Serializable ObjectsApr 23, 2002. The attached zip file contains two projects - a database component (DLL) project and a Windows forms project called Test. Both projects are written and compiled using Visual Studio .NET version 1.0.
  • Windows Spell Checker using SpellCheck.NET ParserJun 26, 2002. In this article, I put SpellCheck.net parser to the test with Windows Form Spell Checker application.
  • Building Application Frameworks with C#Jun 28, 2002. Frameworks are generalized and customized application, which can be built upon into a complete and fully functional software programs.
  • Using Crystal Report ViewerJul 31, 2002. The following small application is designed to allow testing created reports with XML feeds used as data sources. .
  • Step by Step Guide to Create a Setup for a Web ApplicationAug 15, 2002. Deployment of an application is big issue in application software development.
  • Attributed Programming in .NET using C#Oct 04, 2002. In this article, I illustrate the power of attributed programming by examples that show a modular approach to issues that can crosscut many classes. Attributes will provide exciting software development abstractions in the future.
  • Pro Developer: Throwing Money Out the WindowDec 18, 2002. It's common knowledge among programmers that most of the ills of the software industry, and most particularly the companies where we work, could be solved by simply letting the technical people make the technical decisions. In fact, that sounds so obvious that you might be tempted to shake your head and wonder what planet I come from. Obviously, since this is so incredibly logical and sensible, it's a given that most companies leave management decisions to managers, and technical decisions to techies, right?
  • Pro Developer: This is BusinessFeb 25, 2003. I've been paying the rent as a professional software developer since the 80s. I've also worked both full time and part time as a musician for longer than that. In my travels, I've come to recognize a great many similarities between programmers and musicians. Both have the fire, passion and soul of the artist. And all too often, both are incredibly naïve when it comes to the business end of things. Business - you know, that aspect of your work where they actually pay you at the end of the day?
  • Remoting in .NETSep 26, 2003. Distributed computing is an integral part of almost every software development. Before .Net Remoting, DCOM was the most used method of developing distributed application on Microsoft platform.
  • Late Binding With ReflectionOct 20, 2003. Component based technology has done great things for software development, allowing reuse and leading to better-written code that separates subjects and entities into distinct components.
  • Testing .NET applicationsFeb 16, 2004. This white paper shares vision and challenges in testing .NET applications. Never before, has any technology or framework tried bringing many disparate systems and languages under one roof for the benefit of enterprise applications.
  • Fundamentals of Function Point Analysis Part IFeb 17, 2004. Function points are a unit measure for software much like an hour is to measuring time, miles are to measuring distance or Celsius is to measuring temperature.
  • Extreme Programming (XP)Feb 18, 2004. Extreme Programming (XP) is a discipline of software development based on values of simplicity, communication & feedback. It works by bringing the whole team together in the presence of simple practices.
  • Fundamentals of Function Point Analysis Part IIFeb 18, 2004. Function points are a unit measure for software much like an hour is to measuring time, miles are to measuring distance or Celsius is to measuring temperature.
  • An introduction to Matisse, a post-relational database for .NET - Part 1Mar 06, 2004. When it comes to database for .NET, there are several options in addition to the well known ones such as SQL Server or MySQL. One of them is Matisse, a post-relational database by Matisse Software.
  • Understanding .NET Framework at a glanceMay 05, 2004. In this article we are going to look at Microsoft .NET Framework. This is the newly established software development environment which helps developers to develop applications quickly and gives optimum, efficient, scalable, performance oriented applications in different languages like Visual Basic .NET, C#, ASP .NET, and Jscript .NET.
  • SOAP Client in Windows XPMay 06, 2004. This article covers the basics of using the SOAP Client software included with Microsoft Windows XP Professional to access Web Services using SOAP.
  • Evolving Numeric Series using Genetic Algorithms in C#Jul 27, 2004. If you ever browsed around the book store, you'll notice these puzzle books or IQ test books and some of the books contain questions asking you to complete a series of numbers.
  • Microsoft CRM Development: SDK, C#, SQL, Exchange, Integration, Crystal ReportsAug 04, 2004. In this article, as a software developer, database administrator or a web designer, you will learn how to customize Microsoft CRM according to your needs.
  • Crystal Reports - Geterogeneus databases: SQL Server, Oracle, Unidata, BtrieveAug 24, 2004. Crystal Reports is the most flexible tool on the market and it has market recognition. Multiple software vendors offer Crystal Reports as the main reporting tool: Microsoft, Best Software, Oracle to name a few. In this article, you learn some tips on using Crystal Reports versus other options.
  • Extreme ProgrammingSep 16, 2004. Extreme Programming is new development technique getting adopted in the software development and the key strength of this methodology is simplicity, team work, quality and testing.
  • Microsoft Application Center TestOct 13, 2004. Application Center Test (ACT) stress tests Web servers and analyze performance and scalability problems of Web applications. ACT simulates a large group of users by opening multiple connections to the server and rapidly sending HTTP requests. It also supports several other authentication schemes and the SSL protocol, making it ideal for testing personalized and secure sites.
  • Getting Web Statistics for Instant Downloads in ASP.NETNov 05, 2004. One of the most important website activity parameters is the resource access statistic. Such information is necessary for many purposes - optimizing of the website content, marketing campaigns improvements and also for some diagnostic tests.
  • Stack in C#Feb 22, 2005. Stacks are one of the common data structures used in the software world, which follows the First In Last Out paradigm. Stacks are used in various mathematical functions like Towers of Hanoi, finding Fibonacci Sequence , Factorial of a number to name a few.
  • Enterprise Library 1.0Apr 02, 2005. Enterprise Library is a set of tested, reusable application blocks that address common problems developers face when developing enterprise-based applications.
  • Revised Gauge Custom Control in C#Jun 10, 2005. This is an enhanced version of the custom guage. Enclosed are the source code for the control, and the test program.
  • Examining Organizational Workflows under the hood of .NETAug 18, 2005. In this article we will firstly we will see what organizational workflows are and how they fit into organizational hierarchy and make information move within this hierarchy.
  • Testing project using NUnitJan 20, 2006. This article is for the begineers who wish to learn the basics of NUnit.
  • Agile Development Checklist Feb 20, 2006. The purpose of this article is to define a set of ideal practices for an agile software development project. The idea for this article came to me after discussing CMMI-type processes and realizing that there is no agile equivalent.
  • Automated Code Coverage and Unit TestsMar 08, 2006. A short tutorial that explains how to use a code coverage tool and how it can be integrated with unit tests to allow us to determine how well the unit tests exercise our application/classes. Code examples are written using C#.
  • A Practical Approach to .NET Testing using Visual Studio 2005 Test Team SuiteMar 22, 2006. This article will cover practical approach to White box Testing Techniques using Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 Test Team Suite. It covers concepts with a simple, easy to follow example.
  • Unit Tests in Visual Studio 2005Jun 01, 2006. Visual Studio 2005 comes with an integrated Test System, which allows developers to create Unit Test Project using IDE and write code to create unit tests and run them. This article explains how to get started with unit tests in Visual Studio 2005.
  • Introduction to NJDX OR MapperJul 17, 2006. This article provides a quick walkthrough to Software Tree's NJDX OR Mapper.
  • Aural Alert Generator (Voice and Tones)Aug 25, 2006. This article describes an application used to generate and test aural alerts; I wrote the application originally to allow me to define and test aural alerts for use in a couple of cockpit simulators, however, you could use the application to generate aural alerts for any purpose. The application also may be used to define voice messages which may be optionally saved as wave files for subsequent use in other applications.
  • C# .NET 2.0 Test Driven DevelopmentOct 09, 2006. This article will demonstrate test driven development by stepping through the test driven development cycle using a small sample project.
  • Practical Approach to Computer System Design and ArchitectureOct 13, 2006. The article gives an introduction to system designing and architecture by introducing a new concept that allow beginners to easily break and design complex software systems using a modular based development approach with a pattern, which we all practice in our day to day life.
  • A Better Solution for Enterprise Architects - SOA : Part IFeb 06, 2007. I would like to begin to determine what SOA (service-oriented architecture) is technically meaning. We can clearly say SOA is a methodology for designing software architectures to utilize and organize distributed systems using loosely coupled software services.
  • Multi-threaded Asynchronous Programming in C#... Getting started.May 12, 2007. Trying to build better solutions and growing as a developer has always been fun for me and I’m always looking for ways to build more scalability and robustness in the software I am writing. I had a revelation that I’ve been doing a lot of C# tweaking but not taking advantage of the core performance enhancements cooked right into C# and it all comes down to one thing: Asynchronous multi-threaded programming.
  • Secrets of Successful Software RequirementsMay 30, 2007. Although most companies do some form of requirements, there is often a lack of understanding as to exactly why the requirements need to be created and how. Let's look at some secrets to improve your requirements process even under tight deadlines.
  • Exception Handling in VB.NETJun 25, 2007. Exception handling is crucial since the robustness of software depends on how effectively a program deals with exceptions.
  • Difference between Composition and Aggregation Jul 27, 2007. Apart from programming, a lot of my spare time sat at the computer is spent reading group, blog postings, etc from other developers. One particular posting that caught my eye recently provoked a lot of response and mixed answers to a question posed by a poster. This question was, ‘What is the difference between composition and aggregation and how would I express it in my programs?’
  • Effective Remote Communication between Businesses for Accomplishing .NET Software ProjectsAug 21, 2007. Many .NET software projects today are accomplished by remote programming talent. This article illustrates some suggested guidelines to follow for both client and consultant when proceeding with their project.
  • Where Did All the Designers Go! Jan 24, 2008. Software is one of the fastest paced industries in the business world. As quickly as software languages come and go, skill sets require constant learning. In trying to keep up with implementation aspects of software, did we somehow forget about the priority of creating a good design? This article describes how we came about with a void of software design skills in the programming world.
  • XML Pathfinder - Sample C# Utility to Study XML Paths and XPath QueriesFeb 05, 2008. This article discusses the construction of a simple utility that may be used to locate and evaluate paths within an XML document, and to test queries against those paths.
  • Writing Better Code -- Keepin' it CohesiveFeb 15, 2008. One of the aspects of code quality we can look at is cohesion. If code is highly cohesive it is also much more testable, reusable, readable and maintainable (all the good things in life). Likewise, if code has a low level of cohesion it is often very hard to understand at a glance and difficult to test and maintain. In this article we'll take a look at a concrete example of code that does not follow the Single Responsibility Principle and as a result has low cohesion and walk through the refactoring it takes to modify the code to be more highly cohesive.
  • Writing Better Code - Keepin' it ExtensibleFeb 21, 2008. In a previous article I talked about how to keep code cohesive by applying the Single Responsibility Principle. I wanted to explore part of another principle of software engineering that will help our code be extensible and can handle growth and change.
  • Building ASP.NET bot protection (CAPTCHA-like)Feb 29, 2008. This article shows how to build captcha-like protection from spam and other bots in ASP.NET.
  • Writing Better Code; Keeping it MaintainableMar 01, 2008. This article provides guidance for writing better, more maintainable code.
  • Writing Testable ObjectsApr 18, 2008. This article is an introduction to a simple pattern for building more testable classes.
  • Software Testing TechniquesJul 16, 2008. This article tells us that Testing should systematically uncover different classes of errors in a minimum amount of time and with a minimum amount of effort. Because of the fallibility of its human designers and its own abstract, complex nature, software development must be accompanied by quality assurance activities.
  • Introduction to Unit Testing Framework of VS 2008Aug 13, 2008. This article gives an introduction to in-built Unit Testing Framework of Visual Studio 2008.
  • Introduction to Unit Testing Framework of VS 2008: Part IIAug 14, 2008. This article gives an introduction to creation and configuration of Ordered Tests of VS 2008 Testing Framework.
  • Introduction to Unit Testing Framework of VS 2008 - Part IIIAug 19, 2008. This article gives an introduction to creation of Test List and configuration of Test Project of VS 2008 Testing Framework.
  • Introduction to Unit Testing Framework of VS 2008: Part IVAug 20, 2008. This article gives an introduction to Code Coverage in VS Team System 2008.
  • Writing GIS and Mapping Software for .NETAug 20, 2008. In part three of the series, the authors of the "GIS.NET" mapping component for .NET explain how to write a geographic mapping engine which can display geographic coordinates. Source code is provided which can pan and zoom a sample geographic object (the state of Nebraska) in C# and VB.NET.
  • To be a Business AnalystAug 29, 2008. The Business Analyst (BA) is one of the key roles in any software development project. Many times it is their work which makes or breaks a software project. This article provides an insight of what we need to look at for a BA
  • Software Design Guidelines for .NETSep 02, 2008. Through this article I will attempt to break down this fire breathing dragon. And hopefully at the end of it, you would feel confident of riding this dragon towards glory and respect.
  • Test for User Group Membership in ASP.NET C#Oct 13, 2008. This article describes a simple approach to determining whether or not a logged in user is a member of a group within the context of an asp.net web based application.
  • Factory Method Design Pattern using C#Oct 27, 2008. The factory method pattern is a creational design pattern used in software development to encapsulate the process of creating the objects.
  • Design pattern -Inversion of control and Dependency injectionNov 04, 2008. In this section we will discuss about how IOC and DI can help us build loosely coupled software architecture.
  • Software Architecture Interview Questions Part 2 ( Design pattern )Nov 06, 2008. In this article we will cover Interpreter pattern,iterator pattern,mediator pattern,memento pattern,observer pattern from Interview perspective.
  • Test for Desktop User Group Membership with C#Nov 10, 2008. This article describes a simple approach to determining whether or not a logged in user is a member of a group within the context of a desktop application. The approach shown relies upon the use of the user’s current Windows identity.
  • Software Architecture StylesJan 13, 2009. An Architecture style is a set of principles which you can use to build a system Typically Architecture styles depends on their focusing areas. Implementing the software architecture styles depends on the capacity of your organization for implementing it and infrastructure constraints. This post explains which architecture style is to use based on demands.
  • DI and IOCJan 19, 2009. In this article we will discuss about how IOC and DI can help us build loosely coupled software architecture.
  • Five step of how to use logging utility in your projects using application blocksJan 21, 2009. It's new world of software reusability. Gone are the days when we need to build things from scratch. One of the most needed functionality is the logging utility. Every software project needs a logging utility. To make your own logging utility is a big project by itself. In this tutorial we will quickly run through how you can use Microsoft logging application blocks to log messages and activities.
  • REST FundamentalsFeb 04, 2009. REST stands for Representational State Transfer, is an architectural style where you can build the software system in which clients (user agents) can make requests to the services [end points]. REST one of the ways to implement the client\server architectural style. REST can be used to build software applications in which clients can make requests of services.
  • 19 Practical Points to be remembered while working on project/software CompanyFeb 11, 2009. This article will talk about some important points we should note while working with tight dead line project.
  • Unit Testing with VS 2008 Team editionFeb 15, 2009. Unit tests allows the developers and testers to check the logical errors in the methods of classes in C# and VB.NET Projects.Unit test can be created once and can be run every time that source code changes.Unit test cases make sure that no bugs are introduced when you write the new code.
  • Test-driven development approach in Microsoft.NET using NUnitFeb 19, 2009. This is the first article of series of articles related to Test-driven development (TDD) approach in Microsoft.NET. My intention is to illustrate this approach with several real-world examples, and this article is an introduction to the approach and the testing framework NUnit.
  • 16 steps to write flexible business validation in C# using Validation BlocksFeb 19, 2009. Validation is one of the most important parts in any software project. Building flexible business validation is every one’s dream.
  • Unified Modeling Language (UML) - Part 1Feb 25, 2009. This article is will tell about UML (Unified Modeling Language), a standard language for designing and documenting a system in an object-oriented manner. It has nine diagrams which can be used in design document to express design of software architecture.
  • Continuous Integration with CruiseControl.netMar 07, 2009. Discusses the advantages of continuous integration going into some detail on automating unit tests and documentation. Includes example build files and configuration
  • Introduction to Microsoft SLP ServicesMar 18, 2009. This article gives an introduction of Microsoft Software Licensing and Protecting Services.
  • Choosing a technology for your data access tierApr 04, 2009. What are the criteria that software architects and developers should consider when choosing a technology to build their database access tier?
  • Using function point to quote a softwareApr 06, 2009. If you give more quote you lose the project, if you give less quote you will end up doing social service to clients and probably also loss. In this tutorial, we will discuss mainly "Function Point" from practical point of view.
  • Test-driven development approach for a class library in Microsoft.NETApr 09, 2009. This is the second article of series of articles related to Test-driven development (TDD) approach in Microsoft.NET. My intention is to illustrate this approach with several real-world examples. In this article, I will show how programmers can use the test-driven development approach to implement and test a class library.
  • Test-driven development approach for WCF Web servicesApr 11, 2009. In this article, I will show how programmers can use the test-driven development approach to implement and test Web service solutions.
  • Project Management Schedule Management FAQ seriesApr 13, 2009. In this article we will run through a quick FAQ for schedule management of software projects.
  • Extending Logging Functionality From Enterprise LibraryApr 17, 2009. The Microsfot Enterprise Library provide us a collection of reusable software components, so software developers can take advantage of them to put them into enterprise use. Now I will share my personal experiences with my friends of how to extend current enterprise library functionality and improve the performance of enterprise applications.
  • A prototype of mobile SFA and CRM software solutionsApr 28, 2009. Resco MobileBusiness ESP is the enterprise solution prototype especially designed for development of SFA and CRM solutions.
  • How to Prepare Quotations (Project Estimates) Using Use Case Points May 17, 2009. Quotation (Project Estimation) is one of the important aspects of software cycles. Any prediction less or more will affect the project a lot. Let's look at how basically day to day businesses manage their ways of handling quotations.
  • Web Paging Navigation ControlMay 18, 2009. WebPagingControl navigation control contain page numbers ,next,back,first,last to navigate in datalist the project cotains web page to test the control working with ajax
  • Microsoft Technology OverviewMay 21, 2009. In today’s fast changing technology, keeping up with technological changes is a challenge. Every time we try to keep up with technology changes, technology changes again. It is never ending chase to catch up with technology and that is what makes software development even more interesting. Focus of this article is to give developers, project managers a quick view of many of new Microsoft technologies out there and help them realize the value of these new technologies. To be frank, technologies covered here are not new and some of them were introduced to IT world, 3 to 4 year ago. But in relative terms, these are still new technologies in Microsoft world as real-world projects and products might take some time to adapt to these changes in technology.
  • A Programmer's Guide to Starting a Software Company and Building an Enterprise Application - Article 3Jun 20, 2009. This is the third in a series of columns in which I will tell you how I started SplendidCRM Software, Inc.
  • The Architecture of Visual SourceSafe 2005Sep 11, 2009. In this article, I want to take a look at the architecture of Visual SourceSafe 2005; an important package which can be used in software development projects as a source control system.
  • Demystifying Software Release TermsSep 14, 2009. In this article you will learn how to Demystifying software release terms.
  • Types of computer applicationsOct 26, 2009. This article discusses various types of computer software applications.
  • 5 simple steps to execute unit testing using NUNIT Nov 22, 2009. Unit testing is validation and verification methodology where the developers test the individual units of source code. In this tutorial we will try to understand how we can do unit testing using NUNIT framework. This tutorial we will try to understand the 5 important steps to do unit testing using NUNIT.
  • 12 Important FAQ on VSTS TestingDec 06, 2009. This article has 12 important FAQ which covers unit testing, automated testing, data driven test, LOAD / performance test, code coverage, database testing and ordered testing.

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