Archive for May, 2008

Running Typemock Isolator Tests using TeamCity Nunit Runner

Wendy just sent me over an email telling me how she was able to use TeamCity’s Nunit test runner to run Unit tests that use Typemock. the "problem" was that for typemock to run, it’s ...

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Automated Unit Tests in my life – Part 3

Part 3. Work or play? The World before Let’s think about our working cycle. I am not sure about you but… here how my working style looked before: 1) Wrote the code, which is a ...

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Automated Unit Tests in my life – Part 2

Part 2. First experience A day later I began to like it… And you know why?Here are the first things I liked about automated unit tests and the Test Driven:First of all – I realized ...

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Swapping calls between classes without dependency injection

Eli Lopian, Typemock CEO and awesome Coder, just created a nice little API wrapper around Typemock Isolator that would allow a very simple and readable "Swapping" effect between classes. It would allow you to write ...

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Why ValidateArgsOnVerify Became Obsolete

There’s one breaking change in Isolator v4.2.4. A small one really. The ValidateArgsOnVerify flag is now obsolete, and Isolator will throw an exception both when calling the method and on the Verify method. Well, for ...

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Twittering

Some of us are on Twitter, but I’ll let others expose themselves. (They’re very good at that, too). Here’s me. You can twit me "Hello" and "How about that post?" and "Where’s this park where ...

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Typemock Isolator v4.2.4 Released

Yes, another one! Can you believe it? So this version is a compilation of bug fixes we’ve made in the last couple of months. The full list appears below, but I’d like to mention a ...

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Automated Unit tests in my life – beginning

Introduction This is an article of a software developer, who decided to share some knowledge and experience in automated unit tests. I think this one can help in everyday work of people like us.This is ...

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Funny first experience: The naughty CD ROM build breaker

I wanted to share a funny story that happened to us in the office today: I’m a new developer for the Typemock team, and after running all unit tests locally, going through peer code review ...

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NUnit (but not only) Best Practices

Scott White blogged on NUnit best practices. He has some interesting points that apply not only to NUnit, but unit testing in general. I think that the most important point, however, is not in his ...

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