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How The Dog Ate Rhino Mocks

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So yesterday I sat down to see what I can about the remaining Rhino Mocks bug, when I was suddenly and viciously attacked by a wild beast. After the inital confusion, it turn out that the mad barking and the slavering wasn't, as I concluded at first, an indication that I am edible, but rather that Rose has found a bug in Dynamic Proxy.

It is not often that I turn to a canine for a bit of advise about runtime IL generation, but Rose is something special. Below you can see her concentrating on the part that handle generic method invocations.

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And here is me trying to get a fair share of the keyboard, I believe in Pair Programming, but Rose just won't let go of the keyboard. She has a remarkable words per minute count, although her spelling is a bit off at time (but then again, so odes mine).

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I don't blame her for the spelling, she is just a puppy, five months old and still growing. She is a Caucasian Shepherd, which means that she is likely to get much bigger (she is about the size of a full grown German Shepherd now).


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Tomer Gabel

A relative of mine has a 10 year-old Caucasian shepherd, a beautiful and intelligent dog. Be aware though that they have a bit of a crazy streak in them, so Rose may require a bit more supervision than you're used to in a dog.

But nothing beats having the biggest, furriest dog around -- particularly if you like to grass-wrestle :-)

Adi
Adi

Grass wrestling is one of the best things you can do with a large (and partly insane) dog :)

Rose is adorable!

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