Archive for May, 2010

Fix: CThru compiled against Typemock Isolator 6.0.2 instead of 6.0.3

If you plan to try SilverUnit (CThru.Silverlight) that comes bundles with the latest Typemock Isolator, you may come across a problem where CThru is compiled against Isolator 6.0.2, while the current isolator is 6.0.3 in ...

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: dotnet Cologne 2010: Typemock Isolator and Brownfield project

Stefan Lieser knows mud. Not the kind that sticks to the bottom of your shoes, or the kind that half-naked women wrestle in for money, but the kind that software developers wrestle with everyday: Brownfield ...

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Typemock Sponsorship: dotnet Cologne 2010

Typemock is proudly sponsoring the dotnet Cologne 2010 conference in Cologne, Germany on May 28th. We recently caught up with Roland Weigelt, one of its organizers, to discuss the history of the conference, the local ...

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.Net Cologne: Stefan Lieser on Isolation in brownfield projects

This Friday, 28th of May, the .Net community in Cologne, Germany has its annual event DotNet Cologne. This year Typemock sponsors the event, and gives a couple of licenses. But more important than that: Stefan ...

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Typemock Sponsored The VS 2010 Community Launches Poland tour , Guest Post by Maciej Grabek

I’ve been a programming fan since I was 16. I started with Pascal, then C, C++ and then Java. Suddenly I saw, some strange program called "Visual Studio" – I decided to check what it ...

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Introduction for Beginners By @Dhelper

New to unit testing? Heard all these big terms and want to learn more about it?! Look no further. Typemock Senior Developer and Unit Testing Expert Dror B Helper, also known from  Typemock TV  regular ...

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Two Cool Typemock Contests

This week we announced two cool contests: Extend Test Lint – create your own rules for unit test reviews Test Lint is one of our new products, and it’s free. It checks your unit tests ...

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Hate Software Bugs?! Fan page snapshot

So April is over, and our fan page, “Hate Software Bugs” never broke any records, but we decided to keep it and let people continue joining and enjoying the content. After all, we all really ...

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So how did the first Typemock Partner Academy go? Guest Post By Richard Fennell

I have been home a week a so and had time to have a think about it. This was no doubt a partner conference, it was not targeted at the average developer in the street ...

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Test Lint – The Next Step

        We’ve launched Test Lint at the Typemock Academy in late April. Now it’s time for the contest! That’s right, we’re running a contest – we want you guys to implement the ...

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