Using Amazon SES for .Net Application Mail Delivery

Until March 2012 Amazon's Simple Email Service (SES) had limited support for mail being sent via existing .Net code and the IIS SMTP virtual server.  Some recent changes mean this is now possible so in this post I'll quickly cover how you can configure your existing apps to utilise SES. If you don't understand why … Continue reading Using Amazon SES for .Net Application Mail Delivery

Doing the Shimmy Fake (VS11 Beta Unit Test Isolation).

I'm sure many of you have read of or heard about the Moles Power Tool that shipped as an add-on to the original Visual Studio 2010 release back in 2009. There was certainly a lot of speculation about which way this Microsoft Research project would go. The great news is that with the impending Visual … Continue reading Doing the Shimmy Fake (VS11 Beta Unit Test Isolation).

Configure Mercurial Pull with HTTP Authentication for Jenkins on Windows

As part of the journey our team is going on in 2012 I am looking to migrate our processes and tools to a more scalable and maintainable state.  One of the first items to look at was the replacement of that early cornerstone of CI – CruiseControl.  Our existing server was aging and was running … Continue reading Configure Mercurial Pull with HTTP Authentication for Jenkins on Windows