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    Getting code coverage from your .NET testing using OpenCover.

    Introduction OpenCover is a free, open-sourced [https://github.com/sawilde/opencover], code coverage tool for .NET 2.0 and above running on the .NET platform. It supports sequence coverage, branch coverage and has a cover by test facility. Though OpenCover is command line only, a rich HTML UI of the results can be visualized using ReportGenerator [http://reportgenerator.codeplex.com/]. We will aim to demonstrate how you can use this utility to get visibility into your testing coverage. Backgro

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    Application Tracing

    So OpenCover [https://github.com/sawilde/opencover]is as feature complete as I care to take it at the moment, I may do this one feature involving Windows Store applications [https://github.com/sawilde/opencover/issues/144] should I have a need for it, and I decided to not continue with OpenMutate [/2012/02/mutation-testing-use-for-re-jit] as I can't really find a need for it other than an exploratory investigation into reJIT. I do have one more itch to scratch when it comes to profilers and tha

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    Creating a simple NodeJS app with Mongo

    Okay, I woke up this morning (6am) with a need to create a simple reporting dashboard to display the coverage results from OpenCover when it dog-foods its own tests. Now that OpenCover has no **_reported _**bugs, I decided to use my spare time to investigate other technologies for a while. What I needed was simple 'online' storage to capture results from the build system and the ability to extract that data into charts. Normally I'd probably knock up a simple rails app because it is easy to do,