Parallel xUnit source

by Administrator 28. May 2009 19:27

As promised, I am releasing my Parallel xUnit solution built on top of the Task Parallel Library.  Last year I released partial code for a solution built on top of my own thread pool.  I updated the solution for xUnit 1.1 and used the previous CTP of the Parallel Extensions for .NET; the code should also work with the recently released .NET 4/VS 2010 beta. 

As shown in my Parallel Extensions talk at the FVNUG Day of .NET, the unit of parallelism here is the class.  Enjoy, and please send me any comments.

Download xunit 1.1 with parallel test runner

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Consider it “Mixed up”

by Administrator 20. May 2009 02:04

For me, the Mix it Up! Tour is over.  Chicago (qua spectator), Indianapolis, Milwaukee, Madison, Appleton (also doing a Parallel Extensions talk at the Fox Valley Day of .NET) , and Eau Claire.  I wish the other folks who are still finishing up some tour dates good luck and I hope they make the necessary bad jokes during my TastingProject.com demo code.

I can now return to my regularly scheduled tech blogging.  I’ve got a lot of incubating things that need to be blogged about as well as posting some code related to the Mix it Up! Tour.

Time to rock out some .NET 4 and blog about it.

VS2010Splash

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Fox Valley Day of .NET flyer

by Administrator 5. May 2009 20:35

The Fox Valley .NET user’s group has posted a hand-out for the two sessions I’m doing this Saturday.  Cool!

http://fvnug.org/dnn/LinkClick.aspx?fileticket=ZGv%2fajN89eU%3d&tabid=36

{Edit: Here's the schedule of events too. http://fvnug.org/dnn/DayOfNet/Schedule/tabid/62/Default.aspx. I hope to see familiar faces there tomorrow.}

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Next Mix it Up! Tour Stops

by Administrator 1. May 2009 14:00

The next two stops on the Mix it Up! tour are quickly approaching.  My talk to the Wisconsin .NET Users Group (metro Milwaukee area) has been moved up to this coming Tuesday, May 5th. You can find details on how to register and where to go here.

The following night, Wednesday, May 6th, I will be in Madison.  You can find details on this talk here.

I hope to see you there!

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