March 13, 2018

Debugging your blog

Ever wanted to debug your blog like you do your code? Well, now you can! Ok, so I've been tinkering with the blog generation a lot. Metalsmith seems useful, but I've had to research things several times. I didn't quite have the definition data structure right a few times and it was challenging to…

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  March 12, 2018

Adventures in blog generation

I have wanted to run my blog posts through a static site generator for a while. For a little bit, I made my own engine with RazorViewEngine templates in C#. That worked fairly well for rootbeergames.com. But that's super simple. Now I'm trying to build my own. I wanted something fairly portable and…

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  March 05, 2013

IEnumerator Cloning

A word of warning. I'm about to show you something you should probably never do. I really enjoy using LINQ in C#. Much of it is founded on IQueryable and IEnumerable types. One time I was deep diving into the inner workings of enumerable types to try to find a simpler syntax to manage some complex…

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  February 05, 2013

How to make a basic test framework in C#

Unit testing can be an excellent approach to building applications. In C#, there is a fairly standard convention that you often see. You'll often see a test structure like this:

[TestClass]
          public class UnitTest1
          {
            [TestInitialize]
            public void Setup()
            {
            }
            [TestMethod]
            public void TestMethod1()
            {
            }
          }…
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  February 05, 2013

Hybrid Teams

I saw a lot of demand for additional developers a while ago and in an attempt to help, I wrote a potential way to expand the company's talent pool. It didn't fit the company's business approach, but I thought more people might like to see my thoughts. Feel free to critique it politely.

There is very…

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