Posts Tagged: Methodology

Utilizing Kanban to Manage Support at Typemock

A major focus area at Typemock is customer support. We believe support is a great venue for new feature ideas and innovation for our product, and also that one of the major appeal to purchase ...

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How to check Exception message using MS Test

In Typemock we use both NUnit and MSTest to run our unit tests. This practice enables us to check that Isolator works fine on both unit testing framework. Most of NUnit attributes can be translated ...

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Avoiding Fragile Tests – Drawing the Line

Isolation frameworks are intrusive by nature. Yes, Isolator included. That means, they have “knowledge” of the code inside the component under test. Big surprise there, right? One the major detriments for people who have already ...

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Looks good in Retrospective

About Stress Running a software project is an inherently stressful process. Even if we try to minimize that by working in an agile environment, there are always things along the way that make us want ...

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Starting Test-driven Development using Typemock Isolator – Part 1

There are a lot of good tutorials on how to start Test driven development (TDD) that help understanding how he can start using this software development methodology. Unfortunately most of those tutorials explain how to ...

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Can Debugging Be Improved?

We all know that using TDD is the best way to reduce debugging time. We also know that if you have a bug, and you have tests for your system, it’s easier to fix the ...

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Installer First!

Installers. Nobody likes creating them nobody ever will. Me Included. (Well I guess there some who actually likes creating them but I don’t want to think about it it’s too painful) Seems like the reasonable ...

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The Pair Programming Dance

Pair programming is an Agile practice we put much focus on at Typemock. It is also one of my favorites. Getting some tasks done in pair with two different partners today got me thinking about ...

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QA, TDD and Unit Testing

How do you perceive quality assurance? Back when I was evangelizing QA in my previous job, I often used the question “What do you think of when you hear the term QA?” to jump-start introductory ...

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