Posts Tagged: Tips and Tricks

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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Practical Tips for Unit Testing

Willem Odendall a South African developer at new media labs, published a great presentation on practical tips for unit testing: He mentioned not only how to get started but when unit testing can be frustrating ...

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Practical Tips for Unit Testing

Willem Odendaal, a South African developer at new media labs, published a great presentation on practical tips for unit testing:He mentioned not only how to get started but when unit testing can be frustrating to ...

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Enabling targeting MSTest projects to .NET 3.5 in Visual Studio 2010 SP1

Microsoft had just released Visual Studio 2010 Service Pack 1 (beta), and one of its features is allowing re-targeting Test Projects to .NET Framework 3.5. Unfortunately, not without jumping through hoops; if you try re-targeting ...

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Free Unit Testing Webinar on LIDNUG with @Typemock

  I want to quickly tell you about an upcoming live unit testing webinar, featuring Gil Zilberfeld from Typemock, that you may find valuable. Here’s the abstract: Unit Testing in the Wild You know that ...

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Faking LINQ to SQL DataContext Tables with Isolator

A user on the Typemock Forums asked recently about faking the tables of a LINQ to SQL data context, and supplying fake test data instead. With Isolator, faking the DataContext object is easy, all it ...

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Links: Being Successful with Agile and unit testing

It is always nice to hear when a fellow developer succeeds and what makes these posts even better is the fact that they also contain valuable tips as well. Lessons learned from an Agile project ...

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Unit Testing – What not to test..

Yesterday I came across this question in StackOverflow: I have gone through a number posts on stackoverflow and numerous articles about Unit Tests. I am just trying to figure out that what I have understood ...

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Using CThru to Fake Entire Assemblies – With Real Recursiveness

It sure helps to know all the reflection APIs. Not sure if Eli knows them all by heart, but he sure knows the important ones. He gave me a way to workaround the CThru example. ...

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Quick tip – How to fake a singleton

The singleton pattern is well known and used in many software projects. Faking Singleton can be done by replacing the singleton class on creation or by faking the property (or method) that returns the singleton. ...

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