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MVP - A Basic Demonstration of its Power

, 31 Aug 2006
A basic demonstration on how to build a Unit Testable, Web and Windows Login UI
heynemannloginsample.zip
Heynemann.LoginSample.gpState
Heynemann.LoginSample.UI
bin
Debug
Heynemann.LoginSample.UI.dll
Heynemann.LoginSample.UI.cd
Properties
Heynemann.LoginSample.UnitTests
bin
Debug
Heynemann.LoginSample.UI.dll
Heynemann.LoginSample.UnitTests.dll
Mocks
Properties
Heynemann.LoginSample.Web
App_Data
Bin
Heynemann.LoginSample.UI.dll
Heynemann.LoginSample.UI.pdb
Heynemann.LoginSample.Windows
Heynemann.LoginSample.Windows.vsmdi
bin
Debug
Heynemann.LoginSample.UI.dll
Heynemann.LoginSample.Windows.exe
Heynemann.LoginSample.Windows.vshost.exe
Properties
Settings.settings
localtestrun.testrunconfig

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bernardoh
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United Kingdom United Kingdom
Bernardo Heynemann is a senior developer at ThoughtWorks UK in London. He is really into Visual Studio 2008, LINQ and ASP.Net MVC. He's also chairman of Stormwind Project (http://www.stormwindproject.org). He can be found at his blog at http://blogs.manicprogrammer.com/heynemann.

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