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In many scenarios, console applications are very useful, but if you have a console application of intermediate complexity, you should obviously unit test it like all the other code you write - right? If you have a console application as an administration utility for a complex piece of software you are developing, the console application should obviously just be a thin UI layer that delegates all the work to a testable library that may already exist, but even so, you may have some complex UI interaction that may benefit from testing. For once, consider the task of parsing the command line arguments.
Oh dear God, anybody who votes [for unit-testing] has major problems. I hate the @#$% things. And the "Write tests first, code later" paradigm eludes me.
What's new in the WPF Toolkit February 2010 Release? AutoCompleteBox Accordion Rating Bug fixes Bug fixes for common issues, including: DataGrid - Templating, multiple selection, runtime sorting, etc.