Posts Tagged: brownfield projects

How To: Fake an Abstract Class with Isolator++

When you declare an abstract class in C++, it looks like this: class AbstractClass {     public:        virtual int ReturnFive() = 0; }; in Microsoft’s world you have an additional choice – declare a pure ...

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Typemock Sponsors See# Party 2010 (#ssp2010)

  Location: Kreuzlingen, Switzerland The premiere See# Party in Kreuzlingen, Switzerland (on the shore of Lake Constance) gets underway tomorrow, offering a full-day of education with 16 speakers/sessions, and Typemock is proud to be a ...

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How do you test asynchronous code? Part II

This is the second part of Stefan Lieser’s article appearing in DotNetPro. Stefan was generous to translate the article and post it here. (Read the first part) Stefan Lieser works as a consultant, trainer and ...

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How do you test asynchronous code? Part I

This is the first part of Stefan Lieser’s article appearing in DotNetPro. Stefan was generous to translate the article and post it here. (Read part II) Stefan Lieser works as a consultant, trainer and author. ...

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dotnet Cologne 2010 Winners

dotnet Cologne 2010 WinnersOriginally uploaded by Typemock Mike Kuester and Ralf Abramowitsch smile big for the camera after winning Typemock Isolator licenses during Stefan Lieser’s presenation.

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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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