Monthly Archives: August 2011

Distributed Event Broker – Introduction

In my last post you heard introductory details about the bbv.Common.EventBroker. Let us take this one step further. Imagine going from one process to multiple processes or even firing events over multiple machines. And all this with your existing event … Continue reading

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Event Broker – Introduction

Some of you might already be familiar with the bbv.Common.EventBroker. For those who aren’t I want to give a quick overview of the bbv.Common.EventBroker because knowledge about the event broker is crucial for my future posts about the distributed event … Continue reading

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Refactoring in Test Driven Development

In the last two years I gave over a dozen courses and presentations about test driven development (TDD). One question, I get asked almost every time, is how to refactor code while keeping up the TDD rules: write only production … Continue reading

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