My June Backlog – Developer Stuff



  • Matt Pietrek looks at the impact of the innovation tax
  • In his first technical post, Maxim Goldin looks at the Profiler Caller/Callee View
  • The new VSTS Quality Tools blog on running tests with code coverage
  • Michael Brisset dives into unit test generation
  • Erik Cutts illustrates source control integration with Class Designer
  • Jim Newkirk talks about his NUnit to Team System migration tool
  • Bruce McLeod looks at why TDD means more than writing unit test first 
  • Roy Osherove on the need for mock objects
  • Dave McKinstry on creating performance sessions from unit tests
  • Ian Huff is int the running for Most Prolific Team System Blogger for June:

    • Beta2 – Profiling a unit test in progress
    • Ian’s top eight things about working at Microsoft
    • The Profiling Team’s Greatest Hits: Volume One
    • A few more hits
    • Profiling a Unit Test
    • Recurring Public Chats
    • Getting version and company information in an interop DLL created with tlbimp 

  • patterns & practices has started a Security Wiki on Channel 9
  • Sahil Malik lists some common programmer diseases
  • Raymond Lewallen shares his list of resources for XP, TDD, Agile & refactoring 
  • Rico Mariani has a great parody that describes the mission of a performance pro
  • If you’re attending Microsoft Meltdown 2005, both Steve Carroll & Eric Lee are presenting.
  • William Sheldon has an article on Team Edition for Developers (TED)

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