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Nant Error: “The type or namespace does not exist”

I was trying to run a nant task on a new project this morning but received the following error: error CS0234: The type or namespace name ‘RegularExpressions’ does not exist in the namespace ‘System.Text’ (are you missing an assembly reference?) The RegularExpressions namespace definitely exists as it has been around since .NET 1.1. The code looked […]

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Fiddler won’t capture Safari traffic?

Ok. Laugh now, but I expected Safari would “just work” with my application as Chrome did. I wasn’t using any fancy HTML-5 or anything, so why wouldn’t it? But it didn’t work, so I jumped to Fiddler (which is absolutely great, BTW!). Try as I may, I couldn’t get Fiddler wouldn’t capture Safari’s traffic to my […]

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The leak that wasn’t a bug (i.e. one reason programming is hard)

This post was imported from blogger, to see the original, likely better-formatted post see kalebpederson.blogspot.com. > Bugs are a pain, they eat time, destroy quality, and seem to almost always happen at inopportune times. What’s even worse is when the bug is in a 3rd party library or somebody else’s code. My application needed to […]

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SMART Tests Outwit Bugs

This post was imported from blogger, to see the original, likely better-formatted post see kalebpederson.blogspot.com. >With the new year come the typical thoughts of goals and resolutions.  I have come across the SMART acronym many times.  It states that goals should be: SpecificMeasurableAttainableReasonableTimely After some thought, I realized that this also applies to tests. Specific […]

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