Reactive Programming Using Rx .Net Part 2

Reactive Programming is a 4-week blog series from John Case, an Open Systems Technical Evangelist at Centare. In this third post in my reactive programming blog series I want to continue where we left off in the second post in discussing the Rx .Net framework.  Last

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Reactive Programming Using Rx .Net Part 1

Reactive Programming is a 4-week blog series from John Case, an Open Systems Technical Evangelist at Centare. In my previous reactive programming post I talked about the high level principles of reactive programming. In this and future posts I want to

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Intro to Reactive Programming

Reactive Programming is a 4-week blog series from John Case, an Open Systems Technical Evangelist at Centare. Software development practices have not always kept up with the environments they are developing software for.  Modern software systems are no longer single monolithic processes

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iBeacon Primer

Will Welbes, Mobile Team Lead at Centare, shares some insight about Apple’s new iBeacon technology. With the launch of iOS 7, Apple incorporated support for a new Bluetooth Low Energy (LE) protocol they defined as iBeacon. With all of the

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Taking the Friction Out of Unit Testing – Automocking

Taking the Friction Out of Unit Testing  is a 5-week blog series from Michael Weinand, a Developer at Centare. Writing quality software requires planning for change.  Software must change to meet changing requirements, fix bugs, and add new features.  When

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Taking the Friction Out of Unit Testing – Dealing with Complexity

Taking the Friction Out of Unit Testing  is a 5-week blog series from Michael Weinand, a Developer at Centare. The Single Responsibility Principle states that a class should only have one reason to change.  For instance, if you have an

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