Archive for December, 2011

Top 11 Unit Testing Articles in 2011

Typemock’s done a lot in 2011 and we have a lot more to do in 2012 to bring you the best unit testing tools for .NET and C++. We have big plans to redefine unit ...

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Testing Windows Phone 7 Apps with Typemock

The following is a guest post from Ignacio Raffa, a student in Argentina, participating in Microsoft’s worldwide competition for students, the Imagine Cup 2012. He is a Microsoft Student Partner and Windows Phone 7 Developer. ...

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How-To: Returning a Class By Value with Isolator++

Isolator++ has two ways to return stuff for a method. It has the ReturnVal to return values, and ReturnPtr to return pointers to objects. What about returning a class by value? Though there’s no API ...

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Webinar: Introduction to Unit Testing

Software testing isn’t just a task for QA. In order to prevent bugs and release quality code to market, you also need developer testing, including unit testing. Discover why you should start unit testing, and ...

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The 12 Bugs of Christmas

For the first bug of Christmas, my manager said to me See if they can do it again. For the second bug of Christmas, my manager said to me Ask them how they did it ...

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Happy Holidays from Typemock

Typemock would like to wish everyone Happy Holidays free of bug free code! During this long holiday weekend or if you’re off work all next week, why not spend some time improving your skills? Perhaps ...

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Special Sale for Startups and Small Businesses

  Typemock Gets Small Businesses’ Needs Typemock cares about small businesses and unit testing and wants to help small businesses start the new year developing better software with easy unit testing. Typemock wants to help ...

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Are You A Unit Testing Ninja? Stuck with Legacy Code?

  Everybody has legacy code. People write more and more legacy code every day. But what problems does it cause and how can we deal with it? Forget theory and tips. Let’s dive deep into ...

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3 Signs That Tests Are Not Effective

I like to review tests. It’s one of my main learning experiences. You can learn so much from the way tests are written: how the developer thinks, even how the team works together. When reviewing ...

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The Unit Testing Death-Spiral of Doom

One of the biggest problems in adopting unit testing is the getting through the initial phase. Once the team gets the hang of it, it has the momentum to continue. At this time, the developers ...

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