Archive for October, 2008

Brian Rasmussen on Typemock

Brian Rasmussen was interviewed by one of the local .NET user groups in Denmark regarding TypeMock. The podcast is available at their website, in Danish. So if you speak the lingo, go check it out. ...

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Typemock Isolator 5.1.1 is Out!

Ever wanted to fake collections or perform dynamic-language style behavior faking? Get the new Isolator version 5.1.1! This version received a minor version notation because we still have some major features up our sleeve, but ...

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PDC 2008 – Concurrency and .NET

Concurrent programming is becoming essential for developers as multi-core processors are the de-facto standard. So its not that surprising that in the current PDC Microsoft has devoted several sessions to multi-threaded programming. You can see ...

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Fake Everything You Don’t Care About

Isn’t that what mock frameworks do? Yes. But. In order to make our tests pass, we need to isolate everything our test pass through. This means ignoring void calls, and return values on methods in ...

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Isolator Open Source License

I’ve promised to do this a while back. So here goes. From version 5.0 on, Isolator comes in two license flavors – commercial and open-source. The free open source license gives an opportunity to open ...

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SPTypeMock – SharePoint Typemock Wrapper

There’s a new project in CodePlex, called SharePoint Typemock Wrapper. It contains wrapper classes for the regular SharePoint classes, that are mock-ready, and can make your tests a breeze. The wrapper uses the Natural Mocks ...

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VSIP Conference Xbox Winner

Two weeks ago, Eli and Roy went to the VSIP conference, just to show off our products. Responses were great by the way. During this conference, we held sweepstakes around quizzes on finding deadlocks and ...

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A Simple Deadlock Challenge

Its been a few months since we’ve released the Alpha version of Typemock Racer. Since then we have been using it internally and we’re quite confident that it can find most deadlocks we can think ...

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How To Use the Isolator New API in VS2005

So if the new AAA API comes in a new shiny 3.5 box, does it mean that it’s operable only in VS2008? Well, No. It takes a few steps, and might not look as nice, ...

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