Archive for August, 2009

Typemock Support – what it’s all about

We like to think of our support as the icing on the cake that is Isolator  – the additional value our users get when subscribing for maintenance for any one of our products. Our customers ...

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Why do software development companies release software with so many bugs?

Why do so many software development companies release software with so many bugs?There is an old joke that goes:Bill Gates says to a manager of a large auto company: “The computer industry has progressed more ...

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Unit Testing – What not to test..

Yesterday I came across this question in StackOverflow: I have gone through a number posts on stackoverflow and numerous articles about Unit Tests. I am just trying to figure out that what I have understood ...

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Utilizing Kanban to Manage Support at Typemock

A major focus area at Typemock is customer support. We believe support is a great venue for new feature ideas and innovation for our product, and also that one of the major appeal to purchase ...

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Typemock Isolator 5.3.4 Is Released!

And you can download it here. Let’s start with what you’ll see at the end of the installation. You’ll be presented with a quick start page. We hope to get new users up to speed ...

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Unit testing ASP.NET- Live webinar

We are holding another live webinar on 25/AUG/2009. In this webinar will show how to unit test ASP.NET . Come to this ‘Unit testing ASP.NET’ live webinar, and learn how to easily unit test your ...

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Happy Birthday Roy – my dog is thanking you for the morning treat

Yesterday early morning, I woke up, took my dog for a walk and went to the bakery to buy cakes… it was Roy Osherove’s birthday and it was up to me to deliver tasty cakes ...

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Poll: which test runner are you using?

There are many test framework for the .NET developer but TDD’ing without a proper test runner can be a source of frustration and waited time. Luckily for us there are quite a few test runners ...

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By Any Other Name

I’ve read Mark Needham’s post and Julio Maia’s post on impersonators. They are a good read, by the way. And they reminded me of habit we developers have that helps us shoot ourselves in the ...

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Plug Your Own Leak

This week I met a very clever developer. I know that when I say “clever’”, it usually leads to a horror story. Not this time. This guy is smart, built a very smart application. He ...

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