Month: May 2012

Using SpecsFor.Mvc – Establishing Context with Seed Data

SpecsFor.Mvc gives you a lot in a single NuGet package.  You get a test web host, a strongly-typed API for navigating around and interacting with your MVC app, and standard hooks for dealing with cross-cutting concerns like authentication, but you also get hooks that you can use to add your own behavior.  In this post,…

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Entity Framework – So close, but yet so far!

I decided to revisit Entity Framework for a project I’m working on.  It’s been a while since the last time I gave EF a fair shake (way back when it was first released).  I can sum up my impressions of the 4.5 version with a single word: disappointing.  EF has come a very long way…

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See me at devLink 2012!

I’m going to be attending and speaking at devLink this year!  This will be my first year attending, but I’ve always heard great things about it and I’m very much looking forward to experiencing it first-hand.  And if you can’t catch me at devLink in August, don’t forget that I’ll be at CodeStock next month,…

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