• New! Insights – Get to know your fakes
  • 4 Debugging Mistakes You Should Really STOP Making!
  • Red is Beautiful… But Not So Much On Your Build…
  • Unit Testing 101
  • $312 BILLION?! Bug-ger Off!
  • Ha Ha! You’re Wasting Your Time Doing Manual Labor!
  • Don’t Take Our Word For IT – Read the Reviews!
  • My First TDD Experience

New! Insights – Get to know your fakes

Learn about the new Insights feature in Typemock Isolator 8.1

4 Debugging Mistakes You Should Really STOP Making!

Michael Parshin (Senior Consultant at Code Value) writes about 4 debugging mistakes .NET devs tend to make over and over again. Can you guess what they are? 

Red is Beautiful… But Not So Much On Your Build…

Seeing red? Here are some life-lessons (learned the hard way) from red builds and failing tests... Gil-Zilberfeld-style. 

Unit Testing 101

Want to speed up your Agile adoption? Ensure better code quality? Engage in some professional development? Here’s how to start unit testing.

$312 BILLION?! Bug-ger Off!

You won't believe how much money software bugs cost global economy each year! 

Ha Ha! You’re Wasting Your Time Doing Manual Labor!

The old days, where you needed to relocate your tests, are long gone. So if you still enjoy wasting your time moving tests around - this post is definitely not for you.

Don’t Take Our Word For IT – Read the Reviews!

We know Isolator is the best unit testing solution and mocking framework around, but these 6 programmers just had to try it out for themselves... Read what they had to say.   

My First TDD Experience

Gil recalls his first TDD experience. Spoiler alert: it did not end well. His conclusion: They don’t call TDD a discipline for nothing. That’s a people thing, discipline. And software, testing, TDD and everything – it’s all about people.

Power up your build

As powershell keeps gaining popularity in the Microsoft world, it’s became a common task to define the build process in a PS scripts. One example for such use is in the new vNext scriptable build. ...

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All your bases belong to us part 2- Verifying Called

We saw in part 1 how to change the behavior of ‘hidden’ base methods.To verify that a base method was called, in the coming isolator 8.1 we have added a new API OnBase(). For example: ...

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All your bases belong to us part 1- Changing Behavior

Handling ‘hidden’ base methods is tricky when testing components.A ‘hidden’ base is a virtual method that has an overridden implementation. In isolator 8.1 we have added a new API OnBase() to help in these situations. ...

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Insights – Get to know your fakes part 6- Static Constructors

This is part 6 of a series of post about the new Insights feature in Typemock Isolator 8.1 To start insights – either debug your test or turn on the Insights (Typemock->Windows->Typemock Insight and click ...

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Insights – Get to know your fakes part 5- Base

This is part 5 of a series of post about the new Insights feature in Typemock Isolator 8.1 To start Insights – either debug your test or turn on the Insights (Typemock->Windows->Typemock Insight and click ...

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Insights – Get to know your fakes part 4- Pointers

This is part 4 of a series of post about the new Insights feature in Typemock Isolator 8.1 To start Insights – either debug your test or turn on the Insights (Typemock->Windows->Typemock Insight and click ...

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Insights – Get to know your fakes part 3- Warnings

This is part 3 of a series of posts about the new Insights feature in Typemock Isolator 8.1 To Start insights – either debug your test or turn on the Insights (Typemock->Windows->Typemock Insight and click ...

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Insights – Get to know your fakes part 2- Different Behaviors

This is part 2 of a series of post about the new Insights feature in Typemock Isolator 8.1 To Start insights – either debug your test or turn on the Insights (Typemock->Windows->Typemock Insight and click ...

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Insights – Get to know your fakes part 1- Tracking Calls

This is part 1 of a series of post about the new Insights feature in Typemock Isolator 8.1 To start Insights – either debug your test or turn Insights manually (Typemock->Windows->Typemock Insight and click the ...

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The Art of Unit Testing

The Art of Unit Testing

As Roy Osherove wrote in his book, The Art of Unit Testing, “Unit testing isn’t a new concept in software development. It’s been floating around since the early days of the Smalltalk programming language in ...

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