Are you a .NET developer? Are you passionate about developing better software? Want to learn about new tools and practices? Happen to be in Israel ? If you answered the questions above with yes (or YES!) then you’re in luck because the 3rd Israeli ALT.NET is coming up around the corner – tomorrow! … Continue reading The 3rd Israeli ALT.NET conference
If you haven’t read the other posts in this trilogy - you might what to have a look at them about now: Why fake is better then mock How to create a fake object Let’s begin the third part of this tutorial where I’ll explain what to do when we need to test that a … Continue reading Getting started with Fake Objects – Part 3: Verify that a call has been made
It seems I’m in a tip giving mood this week. I’d like to tell a story of a bug we had in Isolator… Last a user complained about a bug that prevented one of VS2010 cronies to work properly. After investigating this issue he found out that using Isolator caused this code: [MTAThread()]static void … Continue reading Why profiler API causes my .NET application to run as STA?
One of the reason I used to prefer NUnit was that I could run my tests as x86 or x64 depending on what I needed. I was always strange that Microsoft unit testing framework didn’t have this ability. Luckily for use it seems that Microsoft heard our pain and decided to enable us to run … Continue reading VS2010 Tip – How to run unit tests in 64bit process
Running unit tests can take some time – at Typemock we have about 4,000 unit tests and running them takes 15 minuets. If you always wished it to take half the time (or a quarter of the time) – wait no more! Visual Studio 2010 has a hidden feature called parallel test execution – which … Continue reading VS2010 tip: How to run unit tests in parallel