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Software Development Project
Hi guys! So yesterday I had the interview for my final college assignment. And....... I got a distinction =D I was damn worried about this assignment cos it was huge, and it contained SEVERAL criteria, which were SEVERAL pages long. Anyway I am very happy with the results, and I'm thinking about continuing this project in my free time and then launch it in the coming months... Here are a couple of screen shots of the website so far :) Don't hesitate to ask stuff, or requesting ideas to be added to ......

Posted On Friday, June 5, 2009 5:30 AM

A few updates
Hi guys and gals, As some of you may know, I have quit working on SharePoint for the past five months, to focus more on my very last months of studies, for which I am programming a social website which I am hoping to launch this year or earlier next year. As such, I have not been reading or working on SharePoint, and had my interests focused on this project. I am focusing more on C# .NET and AJAX, together with database: MS SQL SERVER. During the last couple of weeks I have been on the look out for ......

Posted On Thursday, May 7, 2009 8:19 AM

My CV
Stephanie Grima’s Curriculum Vitae Introduction As a person, I consider myself as capable to work alone and with a team easily. I am very hard working, and do whatever I set my mind to doing. I am currently at MCAST ICT, during my last year of my studies reading my Higher National Diploma. I also hold an A-Level in IT as well as a National Diploma in Computing. I see myself working in IT as a web developer or software programmer while I continue furthering my knowledge by doing exams such as MCTS ......

Posted On Wednesday, March 11, 2009 3:07 AM

I'm an MSP!
As of March 6th, I have become one of the few MSPs in Malta. MSP stands for Microsoft Student Partners. I am very thrilled about this, and am looking very forward in meeting with the group and start experiencing this one year programme. For those of you who have no idea what an MSP is... Here is some information I found online: "The Microsoft Student Partner (MSP) Program is an annual award that recognizes people who have made outstanding contributions to the student technical community. We reward ......

Posted On Sunday, March 8, 2009 10:09 AM

[Visual Studio] [SharePoint] Workflow Toolbox doesn't have SharePoint section
Workflow Toolbox doesn't have SharePoint section This is what you need to do to add the SharePoint Section: Go to the toolbox Right Click and choose ADD NEW TAB Rename the new tab as SharePoint Then right click on new tab and click on CHOOSE ITEMS Browse to: "C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\web server extensions\12\ISAPI" Locate the following dll: microsoft.sharepoint.Workfl... Click OK Now you have other activities etc to make use of example: CreateTask, SetState, DeleteState ......

Posted On Friday, November 7, 2008 8:47 PM

[C#] What is NUnit?
As suggested by Pete O'Hanlon, I am going to take a look at NUnit. I am not very familiar with it as yet, so I am basically doing research to see it's capabilities :-) I heard that I will be teached about it in lecturers in the near future, so I will be blogging even more once I get a good grab at it. What is NUnit? NUnit is a free unit testing framework designed to be used with .NET projects. This framework provides a library that has classes and methods which help writing test scripts. Nunit has ......

Posted On Saturday, November 1, 2008 11:04 PM

[C#] [Java] Testing [Part 5]: Integration Testing
Integration Testing: The methods/procedures/functions that were tested seperately in Unit Testing are combined and tested as a group. Integration testing is mostly use to check the performance, reliability of a product and to check whether the requirements have been met. Advantage: It is important to test in groups before testing the application as a whole because you can find code problems earlier in the project. Disadvantages: Boring, monotonous Time consuming ......

Posted On Friday, October 31, 2008 9:12 AM

[C#] [Java] Testing [Part 4]: Unit Testing
Unit Testing Unit testing is when a tester, tests every method/function/procedure seperately. This is done to make sure that the most vital methods work as expected. Once the methods are tested one after the other, these are then put in groups according to what they do to form components. Then, these are tested using Integration Testing. This will be tackled in the next part. Advantages: Improves design Reduce cost of change because bugs are seen instantly Disadvantages: Time consuming. Testers and ......

Posted On Friday, October 31, 2008 6:51 AM

[C#] [Java] Testing [Part 3]: Gray Box Testing
Gray Box Testing Gray Box Testing is the combining of black box, and white box testing. It involves having access to internal data structure and algorithms, but the testing is still done at a user's level, therefore as black box testing. It is said to be mostly used in web services applications since the Internet is quite stable. Advantages: The testers do need to have the source-code while testing. Disadvantages: The testing is done based on limited knowledge of the internal code. Difficult to resolve ......

Posted On Friday, October 31, 2008 5:58 AM

[C#] [Java] Testing [Part 2]: White Box Testing
White Box Testing White box testing is known as clear box testing and glass box testing. The technique in white box testing is to have a very good knowledge of the internal code. The testers need to know what the product does, what the code really does because they need to examine the output values as well as the values within the methods/procedures/function. If the tester, does not know the code well, this kind of testing will be a failure and not accurate at all. It is ideal to do this kind of ......

Posted On Friday, October 31, 2008 4:40 AM

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