I’ve used NUnit for the last few years but I only recently discovered the TestCaseSource attribute which is very useful in certain circumstances.   The scenario Imagine you have a DeviceInformation class. It’s job is to take a user agent, parse it and provide information about the device. The class could look something like this:

One way […]

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The aim of the Unity project was to reproduce tombola’s existing mobile app for iOS, Android and Windows Phone 8 devices using the Unity engine. The hope was that it would bring with it some additional benefits, such as speed of development, improved memory management, and performance gains. Over the course of about a year […]

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Sometimes you come across something so useful and unobtrusive you find yourself telling everyone to try it. I came across some of these things recently in the Stylish plugin and the excellent GitHub Wide style. While we all agree GitHub and the openness it brings to our codebase is awesome we can’t seem to agree […]

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We recently switched from using SVN to Git and GitHub. There are many advantages but there’s one in particular I want to talk about. Using TeamCity you can automatically build all pull requests. This is incredibly useful as it ensures only code that compiles successfully and passes all unit tests gets back into master. If […]

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Hi, My name is Ian Walshaw and I want to welcome you to the tombola operations blog. Our aim with this blog is to share with everyone out there what we’re all about -from our perspectives, decisions. the challenges which keep us up at night and the accomplishments we’re most proud to shout about. I […]

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