Archive for July, 2012

No More Buts

“Doesn’t unit testing add code effort?” If I had a dollar for every time I was asked that question…. People use this as an excuse not to begin writing tests. I used to say: “You ...

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Severity of Bugs: Are We Doomed?

Software bugs cost billions of dollars yearly. Correcting bugs earlier saves time, but too few do it. What is the impact of software bugs and the associated costs? Are we doomed or is there a ...

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What Dependencies??

As a smoker, allow me to tell you this, Dependencies are NOT cool! If someone had offered me an easy way to cut my dependency on cigarettes I’d jump on it. Sadly for me, there ...

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Developers – Stop Doing QA’s Job

** Isolator V7.4.3 is our DeLorean DMC-12 to your inner Marty McFly – Give it a (unit)-test drive now ** We’ve all been there — it’s Friday night, 11PM and the system you just deployed doesn’t work. There’s ...

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Battle of the C++ Testing Frameworks

So you’ve decide to write your C++ unit tests. The first step is choosing a testing framework. Which frameworks should you go with? We’re going to introduce the most frequently used frameworks, and compare them. ...

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Webinar – Building a Mobile Bank – Executable Specifications in Action

Learn how to develop a mobile bank! In this workshop we will exercise a combination of BDD and TDD methods by implementing a small mobile bank solution. We will start from user stories and scenarios, ...

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Is QA effective? Take our survey

Typemock is taking a survey on the role of QA in today’s development world. Feel free to take this survey and pass it on.

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July Webinars: Introduction to Unit Testing, Executable Specifications in Action

Introduction to Unit Testing 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 how you can get ...

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