OpenCover UI – Unit Test Code Coverage

A little sideline post to tide everyone over (as I’m still working on the Alexa piece, which I want to do proper justice to when it’s released). I’ve been messing around with a few rough and ready projects and wanted to get an idea of how to dig into code coverage, in respect of Unit […]

LINQ Joins – Multiple Match Conditions

Hi all, Just a very quick post on an interesting piece of LINQ knowledge demonstrating how to find common matches between two C# lists, whereby you want to include multiple matching conditions. To start, here is a typical LINQ statement (and setup) dealing with a single join condition, using the extension method approach (which I […]

Be a Dependency Injection Ninja with Ninject

Howdy all, Firstly, a big old fashioned apology for not being ‘on-the-wire’ much over recent weeks. It’s been an interesting time having accepted an exciting new job, which is amazing; but I’ve also had to contend with a few other sizeable life-boulders off to the side. Nothing I can’t handle, of course, so here I […]

C# Interactive Initialisation Trick

Hi there, A little aside this one; something very, very cool that I’ve noticed with the advent of Visual Studio Update 2. Without question, this rates as a MUST CHECK OUT Visual Studio feature. The first complaint (and a valid one, no question about it) in regards to the C# Interactive Window was that running […]

Code Snippets in Visual Studio (C#)

Hi all, This post forms part of a mini-series that I’d like to do surrounding the topic of code snippets. I have, for some time, been using these merrily within Microsoft SQL Server (which I’ll cover) but have neglected to look at creating custom snippets in every other environment I am privy to. Time to […]