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November 19, 2008 – Phil Japikse: Test Driven Development (TDD) and NHibernate

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    November 19, 2008 – Phil Japikse: Test Driven Development (TDD) and NHibernate


    Test Driven/Test First Development is more than writing your unit tests first. It requires a very different thought process. We'll dive into that process to cover unit testing best practices, including code coverage, testing frameworks, Visual Studio integration, and discover the rhythm of TDD.

    Tired of writing CRUD? Codegen or not, there's got to be a better way! NHibernate is the most excellent port of Java's Hibernate to the .Net platform offering flexibility and versatility to give you time to solve the problems you are paid to solve. We looking into extending the framework, configuration, mapping, concurrency, and solutions to the most common CRUD scenarios.

    Phil has been working with .Net since the early days, and developing software for over 20 years. Specializing in helping clients architect .Net based eCommerce solutions and also Smart Client/WPF solutions for the Health Care industry.  Phil is also an active member of the .Net community, serving as a director for the Cincinnati .Net User’s Group and Software Architecture SIG, speaking throughout the Heartland for Code Camps and User Groups.  A Principal Consultant with Pinnacle Solutions Group, Inc. (a Senior level firm specializing in Custom Software, BI, and eCommerce solutions located in Cincinnati, OH), Phil is an avid .Net Application Architect, Developer, Speaker, and Trainer.  Phil is also a contributing author for, a site by architects, for architects.  Phil currently holds MCSD.Net, MCDBA, and Scrum Master certifications.  Phil also serves as a Firefighter/Paramedic for the local fire department and volunteers for the National Ski Patrol. You can follow Phil on twitter via  and read his blog at
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