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How to Write Testable Code in .NET

, 17 Nov 2010
This article demonstrates how to manage dependencies to simplify unit testing of code.
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ChrisFarrell
Software Developer Quick Solutions
United States United States
Chris Farrell is a Consultant with the Solutions Project Group of Quick Solutions, one of the largest privately held Information Technology and Solutions providers in Ohio. Chris has been developing with ASP.Net since 2002 including both on the job experience and as a core contributor for several years on the popular (150,000+ download) .Net open source RainbowPortal CMS. He is an avid supporter of ASP.Net MVC and Agile software development
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