Dennis van der Stelt

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System.Transactions : Unit Testing

In my previous post, I gave a small introduction into System.Transactions and the TransactionScope object. You might already know about it, but I noticed a lot of people still don’t, while they really should....

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System.Transactions : An introduction

If you’re using .NET 2.0 together with SQL-Server 2005, you’re in for a treat. The TransactionScope. A lot of people have written about it already, and most people are raving about it. Most, because...

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How a company can make life beautiful

It’s surprising how beautiful life can be. Some company (or someone) can just create something that will make your day, makes you smile, feel better and creates the urge to give something back. Giving...

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TechEd Europe cancelled?

For some reason, the news was spread around that TechEd Europe was cancelled. Even officially, although the article (in Dutch) is very vague, talking about TechEd being cancelled, to continue that it’ll be held in...

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Switch statement humor

Today during a code review session at a client, we spoke about using the switch statement in C#, instead of the if statement. A few hours later I got the reply that they were...

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Pragmatic Manager

I’m currently reading Behind Closes Doors, written by Johanna Rothman and Esther Derby. It’s released under the Pragmatic Bookshelf label, and they’re a great read. I’ve just finished Pragmatic Unit Testing and they had...