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Random Links

Posted in Network,Programming by Brian Russell on November 24, 2006

Lots of links today to provide you with some holiday weekend reading.  I am going to seperate the sections out so that the networking folks can easily wade through the links that they should see, and the programmers can also do the same. 


IIS is confusing for those of us who don’t work in it every day.  Here is a post describing the differences between Virtual Application and Virtual Directory.

Don’t want to get an iPod and contribute to the dark side?  Read this post for some alternatives.

Programming Related:

Integrate the Explorer Shell functionality into VS.Net.

Just another post of why good design matters.

Code Smells – TDD – Refactoring….Oh My!

Object oriented design class principles and testablity.  This post links to some other posts.  I highly suggest you add this guy to your RSS reader if you have one.  Jay Flowers seems to write some good stuff on design.

Unit testing is hard.  Luckly there are some good resources on the net to help you.  Here is a page describing Test Smells (yes, your tests can stink just as bad as your production code).  The XUnitPatterns site is a good site to bookmark and read through when you have time.  I have just descovered it and it looks to be full of valuable info.

A post about the Adapter pattern using .Net.

IComparable vs IComparer.  More on the IComparer here.

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