After doing the course at RadTac earlier on in the week, just passed the exam to become a Certified ScrumMaster. Highly recommended for anyone currently part of a Scrum team.
Posts By: Chris Pont
Gated check-ins in TFS are awesome. They mean that any code checked in by your team will be built, tested, analysed and verified before committing to your source control repository. If the code doesn’t build, unit tests fail, or even if code analysis throws a load of errors, the check-in gets sent back to the […]
Full code for this post can be found here: https://github.com/chrispont/boardwalk.releasenotegenerator I’ve used a few ALMs, Build Managers, Source Code Repositories over the years and I’d dipped into TFS now and again, but recently I really got to see what TFS 2012 can really do. I remember back when TFS 2005 came out and watching a […]
SOLID principles state in the Dependency Inversion Principle that you should depend upon abstractions, not implementations. With that in mind, services should not be creating instances of log4net loggers, rather depending on an abstraction of that service. However, creation of a log4net logger requires the type to be passed in when it is instantiated. For […]