A 22-post collection

A Short and Easy Introduction to .NET's Task Class

Task.Run You can use Task.Run to schedule a delegate to run on the thread pool. The method returns a new task, and if the work is complete, the »

SpecFlow Tags Done Right

In a previous post, I covered scoped bindings in SpecFlow and ended with an example of how not to use tags. In this post, I'll cover the "right way& »

An Introduction to Scoped Bindings in SpecFlow

One nice aspect of SpecFlow is the ability to scope bindings by feature title, scenario title, or tag. Normally bindings are global to the project, but a binding's scope can »

Refactoring to Composable SpecFlow Steps

I've seen some pretty bad SpecFlow code. Code that seems to violate every good practice out there. Poor reuse. Copy and paste everywhere. Test code is the hotel room of »

Tidying Up Code with C#'s Using Alias Directives

The C# language's using alias directives or namespace and type aliases provide a way to disambiguate between namespaces or types with the same name. For example, both the System.Net »

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