Tim Stall's Biohttp://timstall.com/
(Formerly blogged at http://www.timstall.dotnetdevelopersjournal.com/)
BIOTim Stall is a Software Architect. He specializes in .Net, has a passion for process, tools, continual education, and enjoys writing blogs and developing side projects. Tim has an MCAD.Net (1.1) certification. He lives in Chicago with his wife and three children.
- Tim is a proud member of the Lake County .Net Users Group.
- A Crash Course in Reasoning - Using images, tables, and constant examples, this book provides a practical and plain-English introduction to reasoning. October, 2008
- An Introduction to Practical Unit Testing - Lake County .Net Users Group, July 14, 2011
- An Introduction to Silverlight - Lake County .Net Users Group, August 28, 2008
- MSBuild as an Automation Language - Chicago .Net Users Group, November 15, 2006
OPEN SOURCE PROJECTS
- MassDataHandler - A .Net 2.0 framework that uses Xml scripts and knowledge of the database schema to make it very easy to write database unit tests.
- Silverlight TruckWars - A simple Silverlight real-time-strategy game. For each level, you control various trucks (and other vehicles), and use them to push down all the green buttons. Enemy trucks will try to stop you. TruckWars is open-sourced on CodePlex (for the 1.1 Alpha).
PUBLICATIONS.Net Developer's Journal (in print)
- Database Unit Testing with the MassDataHandler, 12/2006
- Refactoring Your MSBuild Scripts, 07/2006
- ASP.NET 2.0 Callbacks: Using callbacks to create a rich Web UI, 05/2006
- Automating Your Processes - with an NAnt Case Study, 05/2005
- Beyond Just Getting it Done, 08/2004
- Unit Testing the Data Access Layer, 04/06/2005
- Advanced Techniques with NUnitAsp, 01/26/2005
- Understanding Interfaces and Their Usefulness, 11/03/2004,
- Hosting a Windows Control in a Web Form, 05/26/2004,
- Trigger Page Methods from a User Control, 03/17/2004,
- Adding Client-Side Message Boxes in your ASP.NET Web Pages, 02/11/2004,
- Getting file and line numbers without deploying the PDB files -
- Change: Incrementally Making Things Better -
- How to Test Private and Protected methods in .NET, 03/01/2005