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]
avr. 07
I'm just back from the XP Days Switzerland with my co-speaker Norman Deschauwer.
You will find here the powerpoints of two conferences we gave (in french) :
- Mettre en symbiose des outils traditionnels et XP
- Retour d'expérience - XP à dimension industrielle

You will also find some links about the other speakers of the XP Days among others :
- Portia Tung
- Pascal Van Cauwenberghe
- Dominic Williams
- Gabriel Le Van

You will also find some photos about the sessions ! [Plus]
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mars 22
I'm just back from the Tech Days 2009 that took place in Antwerpen, Belgium.
You will find here my notes about the sessions of the second day :
- Session 1 : The Daily Scrum (by Joel Semeniuk and Stephen Forte)
- Session 2 : ASP.NET MVC for Smart People (By Scott Galloway)
- Session 3 : Fastest to Market : RAD Web Applications with ASP.NET Dynamic Data and Entity Framework (By Ingo Rammer)
- Session 4 : ASP.NET 4.0 what is coming? How do I prepare my app? (By Scott Galloway)
- Session 5 : ASP.NET AJAX 4.0 (By Jurgen Postelmans)
- Session 6 : Azure - A lap around cloud-hosted Services (By Ingo Rammer)

Many things to remind !
Just a great day ! [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]