Unit Testing Unit testing is a software development process in which the smallest testable parts of an application, called units, are individually and independently scrutinized for proper operation. Unit testing is often automated but it can also be done manually. Test-Driven Development (TDD) is a development technique where you must first write a test that fails, before you write new functional code. TDD is … Continue reading Implementing Unit testing using xUnit.Net
It’s simply an amazing journey! Beginning this month we reached an important milestone in the growth of BizTalk360, welcoming our 250th customer. Feb 2010: Initial idea for BizTalk360 born Dec 2010: First prototype version was showcased Sep 2011: 1st paying customer from Hong Kong Nov 2014: 250th Customer If we put some stats around it, … Continue reading Welcoming our 250th Customer
I boarded BA flight BA0049 to Seattle this afternoon for the MVP Global Summit 2013. It’s pretty standard stuff, normal airport security and boarded the flight at 14:30. After about an hour flying we noticed some panic movements between cabin crew. First they all went to a common area for discussion, then they all rushed … Continue reading First flight drama after so many years flying
First I need to apologies to my readers for couple of things. One you might have noticed lot of updates recently in your readers with old posts, that’s mainly due to the migration process and second I had to delete 100’s of comments that’s been left in the blog for over 7 years now. … Continue reading Migrating your blog from any BlogML based platform to WordPress
original article link This is my first year at WPC, I kept myself away from social media and blogging for the past two days just to focus on the event. I want to consolidated what I’ve seen in the past few days here at WPC Day 1 (8th July) Pre-conference On pre-conference day there were … Continue reading Microsoft World Partner Conference 2012 experience from the field
The SQL job (“Backup BizTalk Server (BizTalkMgmtDb)”) responsible for taking BizTalk backup is by default scheduled to run every 15 minutes. This is done via normal SQL job scheduling process. User can change this value according to their requirement, but do you testing before changing this value. Bringing this value too low will result in … Continue reading BizTalk Backup Job Configuration, what does ‘Frequency’ mean?
You might have noticed on the right hand side of your facebook page ads appearing with your friends name ex: “Stuart Kennedy enjoyed reviewing $2899 Coffee table”. Unless otherwise you change your FB privacy setting, FB is going to use your name for their sponsored ads. You can easily change this setting by following the … Continue reading Stop Facebook using your name for their sponsored Ads
Google AdWords are supposed to display the ads that’s only relevant to your search terms. Google measure the relevance of the add with something called “Quality Score“, according to Google, your ads won’t (shouldn’t) show up if your quality score for that keyword is low. In other words, Google still want to put customers first, … Continue reading Is Google AdWords using different algorithm to organic search?
BizTalk360 has grown into a considerable size project, we got over 50 project in a single solution. Number of projects is not a big issue, but some of the XAML files are resource intensive and we know for sure as soon as we start working on certain areas, Visual Studio will work only for 15-20 … Continue reading Easy solution to handle Visual Studio – Out of memory issue with XAML files
It’s one of the common problems I have seen recently : All of a sudden some of the BizTalk performance counters disappear from the list. Here are the checklist of things you can do 1. Make sure the host instances are running. If they are not running some of the host related counters wont show … Continue reading Missing BizTalk Performance Counters