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A story about User Stories; Where do you start and what about the planning?

7 minute read

In this multi-part post, I’m going to share my personal experiences while working with user stories for gathering, tracking and planning requirements. It currently consists out of three parts:<ul><li>What are they and why do you need them? </li><li>Who writes them and how...

February 5, 2011

A story about User Stories; What are they and why do you need them?

7 minute read

In this multi-part post, I’m going to share my personal experiences while working with user stories for gathering, tracking and planning requirements. <ul><li>What are they and why do you need them? </li><li>Who writes them and how do you control scope? </li><li&...

January 18, 2011

Fluent Assertions as a NuGet package

less than 1 minute read

As of now you can download the latest version of Fluent Assertions directly from within Visual Studio 2010. Just install the NuGet package manager, select Add Library Package Reference from the project context menu and search for FluentAssertions.

January 15, 2011

Verifying PropertyChanged events in Silverlight using Fluent Assertions

1 minute read

Yesterday, I blogged about the newest release of Fluent Assertions for .NET and Silverlight and promised to demonstrate the new event monitoring syntax. Since I’m a Silverlight addict, I decided to show you an example of a MVVM unit test when using the traditional Assert class and the same exampl...

January 4, 2011

A new year with a new release of Fluent Assertions

2 minute read

Christmas usually means a week off and a whole lot of free time between the social obligations and spending some quality time with my wife and daughter. That’s why I decided to get rid of some of the backlog items for the next version of Fluent Assertions. And I’m done, version 1.3.0 is a fact. N...

January 3, 2011