Archive for June, 2009

52% of developers say: Unit testing is the answer for the EU software liability bill

According to a survey held by Typemock, more than half of the developers believe that unit testing can help companies avoid law suits if the new EU software liability bill will pass. Typemock, the Unit ...

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Testing without SmtpClient

This is pretty awesome. here’s another way of really unit testing smtpClient code, without having a server running:   I’m using Isolator to capture and redirect calls from the next instance of SmtpClient, capturing the ...

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Working with Racer, Part II

This week I played with Racer and Gallio, the current incarnation of mbUnit. Did you know that Gallio comes with Typemock Isolator extensions? Anyway, Gallio has some thread manipulation classes, like TaskContainer and ThreadTask, as ...

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Avoiding Fragile Tests

This post came from reading a question on our forum, as well as reading one on TDD experience. It’s about fragile tests, and the cost of maintenance. We’re talking about refactoring. And not just for ...

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The “I don’t have time to write a test” Excuse

I like this one. I usually hear it in a much larger organizational context, but hey one developer is a micro-cosmos of the entire org, right? Alk talks about the cost saving of writing a ...

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Unit Testing 101 Presentation

This is a nice one by Yaron Naveh. Sure, it uses another framework and not Isolator, but what the hell. The funny thing is that currently I’m showing demos of faking DateTime.Now for testability, and ...

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New Tutorial-Unit Testing ASP.NET MVC applications with Typemock’s AAA Syntax

A new unit testing tutorial was uploaded to the article section on our site.This is a comprehensive tutorial on Unit Testing ASP.NET MVC applications with Typemock Isolator.A big thanks goes to Soon Hui Ngu , ...

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Pictures from Typemocks #NDC09 – Unit testing and Beer – evening

We would like to thank everyone who participated in Typemock’s – Unit testing and Beer – event on NDC. A big thanks also goes out to Roy Osherove, Carl Franklin (host of .NET Rocks!) and ...

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Problem Solving with Isolator

I’ve written before how Richard Fennell is using CThru to fake a SharePoint workflow. But he’s not the only one using Isolator to solve problems. Take for example, Apostolis Bekiaros. He’s writing an MVC app, ...

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Back from the NDC

For those of you that weren’t there, Typemock had an open-space event alongside the NDC geek-beer evening – we were talking about the latest EU bill proposal that’ll make developers liable for their code (yes, ...

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