Random links for November 2010

Published on Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Here are a few links that I found interesting for one reason or another.

  • Free source code hosting – Bitbucket

    Bitbucket is a free code hosting site for the popular Mercurial distributed version control system (DVCS) with over 60,000 users.

  • Typemock Test Lint

    The world’s first and only fully extensible coding advisor for unit tests in Visual Studio 2010.

  • FakeItEasy

    A .Net dynamic fake framework for creating all types of fake objects, mocks, stubs etc.

  • .NET Framework System Requirements

    The tables in this topic provide the hardware, operating system, and software requirements for the .NET Framework.

  • jabber-net - Project Hosting on Google Code

    A set of .Net controls for sending and receiving Extensible Messaging and Presence Protocol (XMPP), also known as the Jabber. Client connections, server component connections, presence, service discovery, and the like.

  • Programming, Software, and Technical Interview Questions - XOR Swap

    XOR Swap was created with the goal of collecting and organizing all of the coding, programming, software, and technical interview questions that have been asked in interviews at various technology-oriented companies.

  • Small Basic | Development for Beginners | MSDN

    Microsoft Small Basic puts the fun back into computer programming. With a friendly development environment that is very easy to master, it eases both kids and adults into the world of programming.

  • Firesheep

    A Firefox extension that demonstrates HTTP session hijacking attacks.

  • JSON C# Class Generator

    This application generates C# classes from a sample JSON text, so you can use strongly typed programming with JSON. It currently supports typed arrays, typed objects, integers, floats, booleans, strings and nullable types.

  • JSON Formatter

    The JSON Formatter was created to help with debugging. As data expressed as JSON is often written without line breaks to save space, it became extremely difficult to actually read it. This tool hopes to solve the problem by formatting the JSON into data t

  • AutoFixture

    AutoFixture is designed to make Test-Driven Development more productive. It does so by removing the need for hand-coding anonymous variables as part of a test's Fixture Setup phase. Among other features, it offers a generic implementation of the Test Data

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