I just got back from the Southern California Code Camp in Los Angeles. I gave a talk on Fixing Legacy Code with Llewellyn Falco. I was just filling in for Jason Kerney (http://bagheertech.blogspot.com/). The talk covers two topics from Michael Feathers’ book on Working Effectively with Legacy Code (http://www.amazon.com/Working-Effectively-Legacy-Michael-Feathers/dp/0131177052): slicing and peeling. Afterwords the attendees were asking lots of questions about Resharper, CodeRush, TypeMock, and RhinoMocks that I was able to help clarify, so at least I was able to contribute.