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Patrick McCurley
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Mocking the Entity Framework with elegance
I am working on a variety of open source projects at the moment, using TDD (Test Driven Development) to ensure the utmost in reliability, and to give me full confidence in the stability of the platform that I am developing. I've really only dabbled in TDD b...
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Hi Stephen,

Yes it's certainly my intention to expand the series. A career move (and life move) has left me temporarily without a Mac, but I will be continuing with the Android implementation. Watch this space!
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Xamarin/MvvmCross/WCF In 20 minutes : Part 1 - Portable Class Library
Introduction Welcome to Part 1 of an blog series intended detail the awesome cross-platform mash-up of Xamarin (C# for iOS/Android), MvvmCross and WCF. I intend to detail exactly how to develop and deploy cross-platform mobile code - and all with the goal o...
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Xamarin/MvvmCross/WCF In 20 minutes : Part 1 - Portable Class Library
Introduction Welcome to Part 1 of an blog series intended detail the awesome cross-platform mash-up of Xamarin (C# for iOS/Android), MvvmCross and WCF. I intend to detail exactly how to develop and deploy cross-platform mobile code - and all with the goal o...
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Xamarin/MvvmCross/WCF In 20 minutes : Part 1 - Portable Class Library
Introduction Welcome to Part 1 of an blog series intended detail the awesome cross-platform mash-up of Xamarin (C# for iOS/Android), MvvmCross and WCF. I intend to detail exactly how to develop and deploy cross-platform mobile code - and all with the goal o...
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Beware the Xamarin iOS Garbage Collector
When we started our cross platform iOS application using Xamarin at work, we ran into some strange crashes. Now i don't think we could be blamed for assuming the worst about the current Xamarin build - some of the configuration and deployment was fiddly at ...
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