Dependency injection in unit tests: Introducing Autofixture

Changing dependencies in your SUT (system under test) usually means that you have to revise all of your previous tests. This is because the default way of instantiating your SUT is newing one up and passing in any mocks it might need. This destroys test and code maintainability. Every time you make a change to Read more about Dependency injection in unit tests: Introducing Autofixture[…]

Thread pool starvation and the power of async/await

The first time I was ever introduced to the problem of thread pool starvation was by the great Sj√łkki Gummi Gau, a close colleague of mine and an amazing developer. He called me up and asked me to guess how long a program would take to run. It was a very simple program; it just Read more about Thread pool starvation and the power of async/await[…]