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Aborting a .NET Remoting call

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Today I ran into quite a frustrating .NET Remoting shortcoming. It seems to be impossible to abort a long-running .NET Remoting call. I’ve checked on Google to see if anybody came up with a proper solution, and I have even tried to gain access to the TCP Sink that is being used, but all failed. E...

August 10, 2005

Unit testing in .NET

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As a professional software developer, you may have heard of NUnit. Or even better, like me, you may have already used it in a couple of projects. One of the things NUnit is missing is a possibility to have more flexibility on the test environment or the conditions under which a test is running. T...

August 10, 2005

Alex Thissen is alive

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Four years ago I took a .NET training given bij Twice IT (http://www.twice.nl). Together with my best collegue Rinie Egas, we kept in contact. The last time we met him was at the Microsoft DevDays in The Hague. Since then I never heard anything anymore, until today. It seems he left Twice and is ...

August 8, 2005

Architecture training

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Today I had a great training on application design patterns with a focus on .NET. Tomorrow, this training will have a follow up focussing on enterprise patterns (messaging, etc). The training is provided by http://www.cibit.nl and I was quite impressed by the knowledge the trainer has.One of the ...

August 8, 2005