Archive for November, 2008

Typemock Live Support

  I am happy to announce we are launching a new support venue for Typemock users. Have a quick question? want to go over a problem with one of our developers? we are now readily ...

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Unit Testing Poll Says: We’re Not There Yet…

[Via Boris Gloger] MethodsAndTools.com, which I know from their excellent newsletter, have published a poll about the adoption of unit testing. It seems that developers are adopting it but very slowly. Read the results here. ...

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How to Run SharePoint Tests on a Developer Machine

So you think you can test SharePoint only on a server? When I do my demos, it’s on a Windows XP machine. And that includes running the SharePoint demos. If you try installing SharePoint services ...

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Update: Isolator for Sharepoint Contest

We would like to thank everyone that participated in the launch of Isolator for SharePoint. We have already received over 50 posts about this launch, and in the upcoming week we will send the free ...

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Agile Bibliography Wiki

IMistaken blog has a post about The Agile Bibliography Wiki – a great resource that anyone who uses Agile development methodologies should know. It has links to various studies and papers on all things Agile: ...

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When To Test Private Methods

No, I’m not starting another flame war. Well… maybe a small one. The stars must be aligning, otherwise I don’t have an idea why the same question came up so many times in my feed ...

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Announcing Isolator for Sharepoint : Unit testing for sharepoint made easier (and a free license!)

Update: Contest is now closed. Time for a freebie! We’re announcing today about a new product: Isolator for sharepoint. It is almost the same as Typemock Isolator, but will only work on APIs that are ...

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Foundations of Methodology

Oren writes a post that my high school English teacher used to call “thought provoking”. According to Oren, a methodology can only be effective if implemented by Good people. Lior in the comments, seconds that ...

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Where is agile going?

There’s a brilliant post by Peter Gillard-Moss answering James Shore’s post on The Decline and Fall of Agile and others. It’s a bit long, but worthwhile. He goes through the process of analyzing of agile, ...

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Using Isolator’s Auto-Deploy

Michael Braude wrote about evaluating Typemock to hook into the code. His problem was that he felt he can’t make people install it prior to running their tests. Well, first, why not? If you’re using ...

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