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You're already using source control for managing your code, right? You might even be using your SCM as the central piece of your workflow , like we do at New Relic . In this article, we're not going to review the basics of source control management, regardless of which one you use. Let's just assume that you already know how to get around. What we are going to cover is how the pros use git.
Practical .NET Introducing TDD With The Microsoft Fakes Framework One of the major reasons that developers don't like TDD is because, inevitably, it leads to mocking—which can be time consuming. Microsoft has created the Fakes Framework just to simplify the whole process. To a certain extent, this is another instance if the Im practical .NET column: I'm going to talk about a feature of Visual Studio 2012 (which you're probably not using yet) and, furthermore, a feature only available in the Ultimate edition (and you'll probably be using the Professional edition).
Publishing With an App Token If your app publishes on behalf of its users and requires an access token with no expiration time for the purpose of publishing, you should use an App Access Token. Objects Without Titles Sometimes objects do not have meaningful titles. For example, users often do not title photos when using a photo app.
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