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BigDipper Light: Higher Test Coverage Worths the While

The first time I read about high test coverage, I was curious about two points, Is it possible? Does it worth the while? The longer I had been applying TDD in my development, the easier it ...

Discussion on Open Source Licenses

On Twitter, I have been discussing with @walshmichael on GPL. Well, Twitter is really a bad place to discuss such advanced topics. I don’t want to waste time any further on this topic as everyone...

BigDipper Light: First Asynchronous Sample

Microsoft invents a series of patterns for .NET asynchronous API design. However, no every pattern meet all requirements. For #SNMP, currently the Begin/End pattern is still the most suitable as it...

BigDipper Light: Asynchronous Calls Coming

It was at the very beginning that users call for asynchronous GetResponse. Well, I did not provide them as I was not happy to provide the same copy of code several times in several places. Besides,...

HoneyCell Drops: SNMP Pipeline And Our Agent Demo

A long time ago I wrote an agent demo for #SNMP. It is interesting to know how far we were away from a complete demo. You can still find the post here. More than two years passed and now we h...

HoneyCell Drops: New Branch for 6.1

We have a new release in plan, 6.1 http://sharpsnmplib.codeplex.com/releases/view/55626. It should be available some day in Dec or Jan I think (not yet determined). In order to make sure this is ...

BigDipper Light: Planned Release Details

HoneyCell 6.0 is our last release that has some binaries targeting .NET 2.0 SP2. This is because .NET 2.0 SP2 support is not yet expired. As BigDipper is to be released in next May, all 7.0 binarie...

HoneyCell Drops: Final Release on Nov 12

After five beta builds, the final release of #SNMP 6.0 became available on Nov 12. Because this time the release notes are already embedded in the download page, you can take a look at it while yo...