Tag: pluralsight

New Course: Automated Testing in ASP.NET With SpecsFor and SpecsFor.Mvc

My new Pluralsight course is now live!  This course covers everything you need to know to write maintainable unit, integration, and end-to-end tests using ASP.NET MVC and Entity Framework. If you work on ASP.NET MVC applications and are interested in automated testing, this course is for you!  Here’s a run-down of the major topics: ASP.NET…

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A Better Way to Configure AutoMapper for ASP.NET MVC (Video)

AutoMapper is one of the essential tools in my ASP.NET MVC toolbelt.  I use it on every MVC project I do.  It’s saved me countless lines of code over the years.  And yet, there’s always been one thing that bugged me about it: it violates the idea of "common closure."  I’ve built a better way…

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Source Code for “Build Your Own Application Framework” Course Online

If you do a quick Google for Fail Tracker, the sample project I used in my Pluralsight course, you will end up at a Github project page for Fail Tracker that I set up back in 2011.  That’s when I first used “Fail Tracker” in a demo (at CodeStock!), and until today, it has hosted…

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I’m Now Officially a Pluralsight Author!

Yesterday I officially became a Pluralsight author as my first course went live.  It was a lot of work to get here, and I’m very thankful to my friends and family for their support along the way (and to the fine folks at Pluralsight that gave me this opportunity!) I’ll be blogging more about the…

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