Posts Tagged: Design

Good Design with Typemock

When starting Typemock, my stand was that testing and design are separate. That you don’t have to change your design in order to be testable, and that your design should be based on the business ...

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10 Reasons to Write Unit Tests

  ** Write your first unit test in 8 easy-to-follow steps! First step is: watch this webinar: 7 steps to writing your first unit test ** I came across this great list of 10 reasons ...

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The Unit of Testing is the Unit of Maintainability

This article originally appeared on Phil Calcado’s blog and is reprinted with permission. Follow Phil on Twitter @pcalcado. What do you think? Leave your comments. Every time I talk to a client which has been ...

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And suddenly, there was IDD. By Gil Zilberfeld

I met Richard Fennell face-to-face at The Typemock Partner Academy. In the morning, we had a nice discussion about what motivates developers, and later at the Academy he gave his presentation about how Typemock Isolator ...

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Don’t mock my Integration test – a reply

It seems that the post I wrote yesterday – Unit Tests vs. Integration tests was well heard, Ayende wrote his take on my post his blog. I’d like to begin by saying that no one ...

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Unit Tests vs. Integration Tests

Ayende has written a short and to the point post about Unit tests vs. Integration tests. An even shorter summery of the post is: Unit tests runs faster but integration tests are easier to write. ...

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Typemock Isolator AAA Futures

Since launching the AAA API for Typemock Isolator last summer, we have put much care and consideration into making sure we are doing things right this time around. There are many considerations we take into account ...

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Why TDD Rocks

Yesterday I had (yet another) realization about the power of TDD. In the latest iteration I’ve been working on adding features onto out new AAA API (see Gil’s recent posts for more info). Feeling in ...

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Solving mocking dilemma with Typemock Isolator

Davy Brison writes about mocking dilemma Basically the question he deals with is how to test this code: 8 public abstract class MyAbstractClass 9 { 10 public void DoSomethingInteresting() 11 { 12 // some stuff ...

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Is the visibility of tested methods important?

We are having quite a discussion lately within Typemock about the importance of the visibility of tested methods. For example, should it really be harder to test a private method? If it is harder, then ...

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