Isolator++ Now Supports x64 bit!

Isolator++ gets a lot of attention these days, especially since we’ve added x64 bit support. One of the feature requests we got was for an API for faking private static methods, while simulating a returned-by-reference parameter. While I ...

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5 Resources to Train Your Team about Unit Testing

Want to learn more about unit testing or train your team so that they can be better unit testers? Here are some resources to get you going:  5. Mocks Aren’t Stubs & and Clean Coders ...

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4 Common .NET Debugging Mistakes You Should Really Stop Making

4 Common .NET Debugging Mistakes You Should Really Stop Making

Michael Parshin (Senior Consultant at Code Value) wrote an insightful article, in which he lists 4 debugging mistakes .NET devs tend to make over and over again. We took the liberty to quote the full ...

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Code Quality is the Responsibility of C-level Execs; Not Just the Developer’s!

Dear developer, Are you pressured to write amazing code in zero time with no bugs? Does it feel like a “set to fail” situation with every new action item? Rest assured it’s the same in every ...

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You Shouldn’t Unit Test (But You Have To)

  Stephen Anderson (@decoderwheel) paraphrases Winston Churchill’s quote about democracy in his unit testing blog post: Unit testing is the worst form of software QA, except for all those other forms that have been tried from ...

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Rise and Fall of Programming Languages – 2013 Summary

** New Typemock Isolator is out! Click here to take it for a (unit)-test-drive! ** Andrew Binstock – @dr_dobbs Editor-in-Chief – took an in-depth look at language popularity during 2013. According to him, some interesting shifts ...

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Isolator V7.4.3 Unleashed!

Isolator V7.4.3 Unleashed!

  ** Isolator is packed with productivity-enhancing features. Give it a (unit)-test-drive now ** Ring in the new year with a fresh release of Isolator! Great tools help remove the obstacles for you to work more effectively. ...

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Bug-ger Off! Cost of Debugging: $312 Billion

Bug-ger Off! Cost of Debugging: $312 Billion

This is old news! Numerous articles have been written and countless research papers have studied the impact of software bugs on the corporate bottom-line, as well as on the overall economy. You can read all ...

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Programming vs. Software Development

** Download your FREE CHAPTER from Roy Osherove ground-breaking book: The Art of Unit Testing ** A software developer, who goes by V., addresses this dicey topic on @codeproject:  The following is an explanation of ...

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Building Better Acceptance Tests: A Look at the Test-driven Spaceship

James A. Denman from TechTarget interviewed Gil Zilberfeld on his TDD workshop: “Interactive TDD – Building a Spaceship“.  Here’s the intro:  “While the average developer might think acceptance tests only measure quality, better acceptance tests ...

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