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So this is going to be a quick step by step tutorial on the steps that I took setting up Ubuntu inside of VirtualBox on my Macbook Pro. Before we get started make sure you have VirtualBox Installed. You can get a copy here. While you are installing VirtualBox you will want to download a […]
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C# Extensions API for Entity Framework intended to simplify usage of drop-down lists, comboboxes and alike
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This article follows on from Part3 where we built the CommandStack leveraging EntityFramework andprepared to persist an order and some of its associated data to the database. In thisarticle we will shift our focus to the the client, (well our Integration Tests!) andcreate a test that creates an orde