oct. 21
With Norman Deschauwer, we'll give two sessions at Agile Tour 2009 in Lille : "Return of Experience : Is XP applicable only on small projects ?" et "Open Discussion : What to test in an application ?" [Plus]
sept. 30
I went to CITCON 2009 with some colleagues (among which Thierry Thoua and Paul Lorena).
It was a very interesting session, speaking about agility, testing, Selenium and much more and it gave me the opportunity to meet many interesting people like Gojko Adzic, Antony Marcano or Steeve Freeman and to discover some tools like mockito or Selenese.

You will find here my notes about the sessions I have assisted to. [Plus]
juin 05
I just published a second article on www.developpez.com about "Continous Integration in the Microsoft.NET World".
Here I will present this article and the full summay of these two articles.
Some of the key part of this article are about :
- Writing a basic project file using MsBuild
- How to use Properties and PropertyGroup
- How to use Items and ItemGroup
- How to execute a project file in command line
- How to use the .NET 3.5 tasks
- How to control targets
- Refactoring the project file
- Creating custom tasks
- Some information about TFS (Team Foundation Server)

Just two must-read tutorials about MsTest, Static Code Analysis, MsBuild and TfsBuild. [Plus]
mars 04
I just published a long article (in french) on www.developpez.com about continuous integration in the Microsoft.NET world. You will find here the table of content of this article :
- Quick introduction to continuous integration
- Quick presentation of the tools needed for Continuous Integration (in the Microsoft.NET world)
- Unit Test : Writing unit tests with MsTest
- Unit Test : Executing tests with MsTest
- Unit Test : Configuring tests
- Unit Test : Managing the tests
- Unit Test : Additional attributes
- Static Code Analysis : Presentation
- Static Code Analysis : Correcting the errors
- Static Code Analysis : Limitations

I will soon publish a second article that will focus that time on MsBuild and TfsBuild. You will see also a first insight on the table of content of this second article. [Plus]
sept. 15
CITCON (Continuous Integration & Testing Conference) comes to Amsterdam in October 3rd & 4th (friday evening and saturday).
Join me there ! [Plus]