Posts Tagged: gil zilberfeld

“Why Too Much Mocking is Bad” and Other Questions

Last webinar, “10 secret unit testing tips” was a blast. There were many questions, some I’ve answered. But then I’ve looked at the clock, and discovered I neglected to answer a few. And since I’m ...

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How To Name Your Tests Effectively

This is secret unit testing tip #5. Want more? Register to the webinar. What are tests for? (if you still think that the question is stupid after reading this, let me know in the comments). ...

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Unit Testing is a Team Sport

This is secret unit testing tip #7. Want more? Register to the webinar. Anyone can do unit testing. It’s a skill that needs to be learned and practiced and improved over time, and anyone can ...

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What is the difference between unit tests and integration tests?

This is secret unit testing tip #4. Want more? Register to the webinar. Many people who start out writing tests get hung out the semantic difference. What is a unit? When does a unit test ...

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Unit Testing for the Agile Developer

Gil Zilberfeld recently lectured (in Hebrew) at the Agile & QA Conference in Israel about ExpertTips: Unit Testing for the Agile Developer. While the lecture is in Hebrew, his slides are in English. To watch ...

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Need Help Starting Unit Testing

Want to start unit testing but don’t know where to start?We’ve written an article just for you: How to Start Unit Testing .NET Projects. In that unit testing article, Gil explains: How to get started ...

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Getting Started with Agile

Getting started with Agile Development is something that many software developers and companies have difficulty implementing. Typemock’s Gil Zilberfeld explains how to take steps right now toward agile-hood. This is not a technical presentation, rather ...

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Unit Testing in C++

Want to get started unit testing in C++? In this webinar, Gil Zilberfeld discusses the first steps of how to unit test in C++ and how Typemock Isolator can help this process. Unit Testing First ...

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Isolator++ 1.1 Released

Time for another release, And this one, has a few power punches. With the newly Introduced RET macro, Isolator can now fake a ref argument, actually returning it as the method returns. So if you ...

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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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