Posts Tagged: TDD

“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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Discover 10 Secret Unit Testing Tips to Become Agile

In this webinar, Typemock’s Product Manager gives 10 tips for successful unit testing and Agile software development in honor of the 10th anniversary of the Agile manifesto. Learn the 10 secrets to unit testing success. ...

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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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Vancouver Agile TDD User Group

The Vancouver Agile Software Development Group is doing a series of events on TDD. The latest is “Start a study group on agile TDD." According to the group: Marius has showed me how different REAL ...

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Kevin Griffin on Technology Evangelism and Agile Development,

Kevin recently organized the TDD Firestarter in Hampton Roads, Virginia. Kevin graciously agreed to sit down with Typemock (over email, at least!) to discuss Agile development and community involvement. Kevin Griffin is a Technical Evangelist ...

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Meet Amir Barylko: TDD Training

Typemock is always proud to sponsor user groups, conferences, and also TDD trainings. If you have an upcoming event or user group for .NET, C++, or Agile, and are seeking sponsorship, e-mail us. One of ...

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Unit Testing Principles

The following is a guest post from Ben Lakey, a software developer at MSNBC.com and reprinted with permission. Writing good unit tests is challenging. Over time I’ve accumulated a number of principles about what to ...

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How-To: Asserting A Method Was Called With Isolator++

Many times, when we come to determine a test pass/fail criterion, we use some sort of ASSERT statement. ASSERT usually tests for state – checking on field values, to determine if that value is the ...

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How-to: Changing Behavior of Static Methods with Isolator++

Isolator++ can change the behavior of methods very easily, without changing the original implementation. When you change the behavior of an instance or a static method, you can do that in different fashions. We have ...

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Announcing: Isolator++ Has Launched!

After months of beta testing, we’ve arrived at that pivotal moment: We’ve released Isolator++! Isolator++ is the first tool Typemock offers the C++ developer community. It’s the first step we take to bring easy unit ...

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