Monthly Archives: January 2007

Humanized Computing

  For a long time now I have been looking for a spelling package that I could use from any program, even Visual Studio, I have a plugin for Code Rush this does a good job of checking strings, but really … Continue reading

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Windows Vista Launch Tomorrow

  We have had one of those days at work, so its nice to think that tomorrow there is something to look forward to, even though I have been using Vista since before Christmas on various computers, and now use … Continue reading

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Install Problems with vista

  Well that’s not really the truth, its more that vista can be a bit fussy about how an install program works, by now a lot of people have written about the UAC stuff, some older (and newer) install programs … Continue reading

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Real Test Driven Development – Thinking of Money 10

  Oh heck here I am, all the background is developed, now comes for me the difficult bit.  the user interface, I really want to develop this in WPF, just because its new and I am working on a vista … Continue reading

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Book Review – The book of the dead

  As with most books I have read, I actually listened to this via Audible, so I will be supplying both links. I should first say that apparently this is the third book in a trilogy, and I haven’t read … Continue reading

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Real Test Driven Development – Thinking of Money 9

  First we need to set the update from within the engine [Test] public void Update() { _Engine.AddTransaction(10.10, "test category", "test description", DateTime.Now); Assert.IsTrue(_Engine.Update()); } public bool Update() { bool transFailed = false; foreach (MoneyTransaction moneyTransaction in _History) { if … Continue reading

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Real Test Driven Development – Thinking of Money 8

  so I now have an add and update, the delete will follow the same format, I have currently stored the connection string in a constant, but I suppose it can eventually be stored in an application setting. so for … Continue reading

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