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Why I created Fluent Assertions in the first place

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A few weeks ago I read The value of open-source is the vision not the source code and that made me think about my own reasons for starting Fluent Assertions, now more than a year ago. In the light of that article, lets briefly go over my own goals for Fluent Assertions. The intention of a unit te...

July 29, 2011

Fluent Assertions 1.5 is done! Now it’s time for that summer.

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In the last couple of months, me and colleague Martin Opdam have spent a considerable amount of time on both improving the reporting capabilities of Fluent Assertions as well as fixing and incorporating various community contributions. Because of the many changes required, a very busy client proj...

July 5, 2011

Choosing the right web technology for business applications

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Before I continue with the rest of this post, I first need to make a disclaimer. I'm in no way an expert on all things Microsoft has to offer in the web realm and have yet to complete a full-fledged ASP.NET MVC & JQuery project. However, I see myself as someone who quickly grasps the potenti...

May 15, 2011

Where to find me during the Developer Days 2011

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Somebody recently asked me what sessions I was planning to attend at the upcoming 2011 edition of the Microsoft Developer Days in The Hague. To be honest, my primary reason for going to a Dutch conference is to chat with fellow .NET enthusiasts, and attending sessions is usually a side-effect of ...

April 8, 2011

Speaking engagements for the next months

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I’m very happy that I’ll be speaking at a number of very nice local and international conferences. On Saturday March 26th, I’ll be joining the Dutch Code Camp event where I’ll be doing a chalk’n’talk on my Silverlight Cookbook initiative. <ul> <li>On Wednesday, April 27th, I will t...

March 17, 2011