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  • A customization is a group of settings that, when applied to a given Fixture object, control the way AutoFixture will create instances for the types requested through that Fixture.
  • For this particular scenario, we need every Ingredient created in the test fixture to be randomly chosen from a fixed pool of objects
  • Here’s how such a
    customization would look like:

  • Now you have a single point in your testcode to define what consitutes a valid object. If the definition of what’s valid changes, you only have to change a single place.
  • most people find it useful to define a sort of object factory
  • In general, i’ve seen two competing patterns to help with this challenge:

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Jul 28, 15

Scrum Expert: Scaling Agile at Spotify http://t.co/DQZaFFQ9Dv

Jul 28, 15

Xebia Blog: The monolithic frontend in the microservices architecture http://t.co/VFMo9a49dM

Jul 28, 15

http://t.co/gETlrMYWKF: the Reactive Story Continues on the Microsoft CLR | Typesafe http://t.co/XrP2kH5IbB by @rolandkuhn #akka @AkkaDotNET
Amazing resource to get up and running on http://t.co/MSAfL2Q0Ab fast. https://t.co/PWaKqoL2qG brought to you by @Aaronontheweb @askotzko
Talking about http://t.co/IizLoApaQf and the Actor Model on Hanselminutes and .NET Rocks: I've done a bit of a ... http://t.co/3jPFDCi3sb
Building a framework – The early http://t.co/S2SU1jbnHR history http://t.co/1EwsE6bqJK

Jul 28, 15

Great Course! Building a Realtime Web Application with Meteor.js course from @pluralsight authored by @robconery http://t.co/eFUKSI1sQN

Jul 28, 15

Sonar: SonarLint brings SonarQube rules to Visual Studio http://t.co/xizY0ZNzUX

Jul 28, 15

Último (e innecesario) post de la temporada: Uno, dos, tres, cuatro http://t.co/7Yu1vw7fTP #4añosya

Jul 28, 15

µCon 2015: The Microservices Conference,
9/10th November, London. http://t.co/HE78WixV2R

@skillsmatter and @SimplicityItse1
µCon 2015: The Microservices Conference,
9/10th November, London. http://t.co/II9odoLv1g

@skillsmatter and @SimplicityItse1

Jul 28, 15

Very cool for building responsive web sites http://t.co/lB1LizhLeQ

Jul 28, 15

Y luego habrá haters que digan que Microsoft no hace cosas impresionantes http://t.co/niXCNHO5Uc

Jul 28, 15

Simple explanation of what is "design thinking” (some interesting resources too) https://t.co/xpRDmCMGaJ /via @we_thinq

Jul 28, 15

Recording of my microservices presentation from µCon 2014 in London: https://t.co/mrzwQFjq2O

Jul 28, 15

Vision to User Stories – What is the Best Flow? http://t.co/MgGBbLBlCi
Vision to User Stories – What is the Best Flow? http://t.co/imuVvyL6Kz

Jul 28, 15

New Article: Full-Circle Estimating http://t.co/sb00u2VIwA

Jul 28, 15

Blogged: a little more details about building and open sourcing the GitHub Extension for Visual Studio: http://t.co/y4zdBF8Tej

  • I suspect that pretty much any code base doing any work with dates and times will be clearer using Noda Time
  • , I often find myself wondering what a particular value is meant to represent, exactly
  • It all comes back to the DateTime.Kind property which allows a DateTime to represent one of three kinds of value:

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