# Thursday, April 23, 2009

I have recently started researching the mocking framework RhinoMocks and finding good resources hasn’t been as easy as I was hoping it would be.  I decided to post the useful links I found to this point.  I am hoping this will become a living post for all RhinoMocks references worth tracking.

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Thursday, April 23, 2009 12:27:41 PM (Central Daylight Time, UTC-05:00)
Hey Keith,
me again :) Did you find my Rhino presentation at all useful? Just asking because I'd like any feedback on how it could be improved or made more useful. I think I'll have to give the presentation again and want to pack as much value into an hour as I can.

There's also a Google Group setup for Rhino where you can get great feedback.

Thursday, April 23, 2009 5:37:35 PM (Central Daylight Time, UTC-05:00)
I was finally able to get a copy of your presentation last night. I have looked it over and was a little distracted in the slides by all the images. I only met you the one time but I don't remember you looking like David Hasellhoff. As far as content I would say that it is good for Newbie's but I would suggest adding some more advanced information.

I am running into a dead end finding information anywhere that fits my current situation. Every example I have seen uses IoC and I have not yet been able to convince my current client that Inversion of Control, either hand rolled or using a framework (Ninject, Structure Map, etc), is the way to go...but believe me I am trying my damnedest.

Thanks for posting the Google Group and I will add it to reference list.

I am also hoping you might give me a sneak peak on your presentation for Day of .Net so I can make my decision which session to attend. I had planned on presenting as well on MEF but between deadlines at work, studying for certification, and coaching my daughter's soccer team I just couldn't put the time into that I wanted to.

Happy Coding!
Thursday, April 23, 2009 8:37:49 PM (Central Daylight Time, UTC-05:00)
Thanks for the feedback Keith. Sometimes presentations can be a little dry, so I try to add something to keep interest while I'm babbling about. It was geared at a newbie audience, so I wasn't sure as to the amount of info it should contain. I'll add some meat for the next time.

What are you talking about with Rhino and IoC? What kind of examples of mocking are you looking for? If you need help or have questions, I'd be happy help where I can. You have my yahoo email address, feel free to shoot me a message anytime.

I'll send you a list of the stuff I'm covering in the presentation. It's at the client's office right now.

Friday, March 16, 2012 7:05:34 AM (Central Standard Time, UTC-06:00)
nice post i will join this group
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