Roy Osherove's blog provides a variety of development topics with a focus on Agile development, unit testing, hardcore .NET topics (Winforms, threading, reflection, regular expressions) and more. The blog has been online for over 5 years and gets an average 47,000 unique views per month.
Roy's also shares insights from his book on unit testing: "The Art Of Unit Testing". More info at : http://the.artofunittesting.com/
ISerializable | 16 May 2013 23:16
Roy Osherove writes "....While at the msswit conference in the Ukraine, I got to speak on two subjects with the following videos:
Beautiful Builds: Maintainable, Coherent Build Processes
A Second Look at Unit Testing: what I learned since the first edtion of Art Of..."
Read more » Videos: Beautiful Builds, and a Second Look at Unit Testing
ISerializable | 22 Apr 2013 22:55
Roy Osherove writes "....Imagine you could only compile once a week. Once every two weeks. Once a month. Scary?
All that code that you write blindly, not knowing whether it even compiles. All those hidden errors lurking, accumulating in the dark. Then, on that special day..."
Read more » Beautiful Builds: Release Compilation Step
ISerializable | 10 Apr 2013 22:10
Roy Osherove writes "....When? April 18-19
How much? 11,900 NOK
How to register? Send me an email.
You have been trying to learn TDD, and it’s going pretty well, but your code looks horrible. Your design skills are lacking, and trying to let..."
Read more » April 18: Refactoring and Design Skills for Test Driven Development Workshop
ISerializable | 06 Apr 2013 21:21
Roy Osherove writes "....This April, I will be in Kyiv, speaking at the Microsoft SWIT conference. I will also be holding two separate workshops before the conference. Two very NEW workshops that I have only done once or twice before. The first one is the Refactoring..."
Read more » Two workshops on Beautiful Builds, Refactoring and Design Skills
ISerializable | 29 Mar 2013 14:40
Roy Osherove writes "....I see two forms of ‘BDD’ tools floating in the wild. The first form, let`s call it ‘deep BDD’ for now, requires you to go through a special langauge filter, before translating it with special adapters into executable specifications. Think..."
Read more » Acceptance Frameworks Vs. Specification APis
ISerializable | 29 Mar 2013 13:28
Roy Osherove writes "....Which one are you using? Which Specification framework are you using in your projects?..."
Read more » Which Specification Style Framework in .NET are you using?
ISerializable | 28 Mar 2013 22:51
Roy Osherove writes "....It has been several years since I came up with the idea of database rolled back tests based on com+ transactions, which later became ServicedComponent tests, which later became TransactionScope aided tests. At some point, a DataRollback attribute..."
Read more » Using System.Transactions.TransactionScope to Rollback Database changes under an integration test
ISerializable | 25 Mar 2013 10:19
Roy Osherove writes "....Which ones do you actively use? Which IoC frameworks Are you actively using in your current .NET projects?..."
Read more » Poll> Which IoC frameworks Are you actively using in your current .NET projects?
ISerializable | 22 Mar 2013 21:43
Roy Osherove writes "....Due to public demand,
The full course is 99$.
and as part of the big experiment I am doing, you can now have TWO ways to get my TDD master class online:
You can get the whole master class thing in one big giant course, for $500 (use coupon..."
Read more » TDD Master Class Online: Get Each Day Separately for $59
ISerializable | 21 Mar 2013 13:20
Roy Osherove writes "....FYI, for the next few hours, I am offering a 40% off my TDD online training course ($300 instead of $500). use coupon code ‘readability’ on the course page. This is an experiment I am doing, and will be doing others, but with higher prices...."
Read more » Osherove online TDD master class at 40% off for a few hours.