Archive for June, 2008

Getting mock object from an instance

Hi All, In our upcoming 4.3 version we’re adding the possibility to get a mock object directly from the instance it has been assigned for. Previously this has been possible through use of MockManager.GetMocks() and ...

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Is A Better-But-Later Entity Framework Worth It?

It’s been something like a week since the Entity Framework controversy started. For those who don’t know, here’s a recap: Microsoft has been developing one of many products that would eventually become an O/RM tool. ...

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Automated Unit Tests in my life – Part 6

Should ability of testing affect the design of the production code? The tests code should be same high quality as implementation code. But what if the development code should be changed in order to be ...

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Automated Tests in my life – part 5

Relieve a stress A question… Is it familiar situation when you wrote a quality code according to the requirements and then you were told that you did not understand the requirements?Bad feeling, a? I made ...

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Automated Unit Tests in my life – Part 4

Test Driven Development and Automated Tests advantages Later I tried to figure out what can be improved by coding in a “new style”.So these are some of my conclusions:1) When you develop with tests first, ...

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Testing WF using Typemock Isolator

Maurice has recently posted on how to leverage the Isolator framework in order to write automated test for WF components. in his first post he demonstrates how to isolate user custom code from the workflow ...

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Customer Support as a Development Tool

We do everything here. Code, build, blogs, coffee. And support. Customer support, that is. Customer support is part of almost every business. But we’re in a very special business. Our clients are people like us ...

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Using Custom Checks

Brad has just blogged that “Mocking Still Not Quite There For Me“. I looked at his post and thought that this can serve as a good example for using a Custom Checker so here goes: ...

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More on Using Marshal.GetExceptionCode()

A long time ago Ayende pointed out that GetExcpetionCode can be used to know whether an exception was thrown from inside a finally clause. We have found this technique also useful (thank you Ayende) from ...

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Unit testing and TDD Resources

We are in the process of creating a resources page on beginning Test Driven Development and Unit testing in general. I f there are any resources (blogs, articles, books, videos – anything that could be ...

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