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1. SYED SHANU
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2. Jon Skeet
3. Simon Rigby
I'm a freelance software developer with a primary focus on the Microsoft stack - C#, ASP.NET MVC, etc.
Over the last few years I've worked predominantly with organisations who follow Agile development practices to a greater or lesser extent. Sometimes I help them get a bit better at it, sometimes not...
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Every day in our office there is an exchange which goes something like this:
"Man, I just love unit tests, I've just been able to make a bunch of changes to the way something works, and then was able to confirm I hadn't broken anything by running the test over it again..."
The details change daily, but the sentiment doesn't. Unit tests and test-driven development (TDD) have so many hidden and personal benefits as well as the obvious ones that you just can't really explain to somebody until they're doing it themselves.
But, ignoring that, here's my attempt!
Unit Tests allows you to make big changes to code quickly. You know it works now because you've run the tests, when you make the changes you need to make, you need to get the tests working again. This saves hours.
TDD helps you to realise when to stop coding. Your tests give you confidence that you've done enough for now and can stop tweaking and move on to the next thing.
The tests and the code work together to achieve better code. Your code could be bad / buggy. Your TEST could be bad / buggy. In TDD you are banking on the chances of both being bad / buggy being low. Often it's the test that needs fixing but that's still a good outcome.
TDD helps with coding constipation. When faced with a large and daunting piece of work ahead writing the tests will get you moving quickly.
Unit Tests help you really understand the design of the code you are working on. Instead of writing code to do something, you are starting by outlining all the conditions you are subjecting the code to and what outputs you'd expect from that.
Unit Tests give you instant visual feedback, we all like the feeling of all those green lights when we've done. It's very satisfying. It's also much easier to pick up where you left off after an interruption because you can see where you got to - that next red light that needs fixing.
Contrary to popular belief unit testing does not mean writing twice as much code, or coding slower. It's faster and more robust than coding without tests once you've got the hang of it. Test code itself is usually relatively trivial and doesn't add a big overhead to what you're doing. This is one you'll only believe when you're doing it :)
I think it was Fowler who said: "Imperfect tests, run frequently, are much better than perfect tests that are never written at all". I interpret this as giving me permission to write tests where I think they'll be most useful even if the rest of my code coverage is woefully incomplete.
Good unit tests can help document and define what something is supposed to do
Unit tests help with code re-use. Migrate both your code and your tests to your new project. Tweak the code till the tests run again.
A lot of work I'm involved with doesn't Unit Test well (web application user interactions etc.), but even so we're all test infected in this shop, and happiest when we've got our tests tied down. I can't recommend the approach highly enough.
Add custom class to HttpContext
You could create an extension method. Something like this:
public static class HttpContextExtensions
public static CustomClass GetUser(this HttpContextBase context)
Then you would call it like this:
var user = HttpContext.Current.GetUser();
4. Rick Strahl
Strongly typed, code-first configuration classes for .NET applications: https://github.com/RickStrahl/Westwind.ApplicationConfiguration
West Wind Album Viewer ASP.NET Core and Angular Sample: https://github.com/RickStrahl/AlbumViewerVNext
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6. Nguyễn Thanh Tùng
Xây dựng mạng xã hội chia sẻ ảnh sử dụng ASP.NET MVC
Mục tiêu của khóa học:
1) Học lập trình web sử dụng các công nghệ mới nhất của Microsoft: ASP.NET MVC/Entity Framework/SignalR
2) Thiết kế và xây dựng web framework mạng xã hội chia sẻ ảnh dễ bảo trì, mở rộng
3) Xây dựng mạng xã hội tốc độ cao với AngularJS/Web API có thể sử dụng được trên cả các thiết bị mobile
4) Các học viên nắm được quy trình phát triển phần mềm chuyên nghiệp sử dụng Visual Studio và Team Foundation Server
5) Các học viên sử dụng thành thạo phương pháp phát triển phần mềm Test Driven Development
Kết quả đầu ra:
1) Đảm bảo việc làm sau khóa học cho các học viên hoàn thành tốt khóa học
2) Các học viên có thể tự tin xin đi thực tập lập trình web asp.net ở các công ty
3) Có thể tự xây dựng được các ứng dụng web, đặc biệt là các ứng dụng mạng xã hội sử dụng ASP.NET MVC