Enabling parameterized tests in MSTest using PostSharp

I have blogged about the shortcoming of Microsoft’s unit testing framework in the past. It has very good Visual Studio (and TYFS) integration out of the box but it seems that in order to use it I have to suffer lack of functionality I’m used to taking for granted when using any other .NET unit … Continue reading Enabling parameterized tests in MSTest using PostSharp

Unit testing custom StyleCop rules using Typemock Isolator

I’ve never was a big fan of “coding standard” – Although I always thought that the same style should be kept throughout a project or even the entire company’s code base - the idea of forcing developers to write the same code based on a document nobody ever read seemed just wrong. Fast forward a … Continue reading Unit testing custom StyleCop rules using Typemock Isolator

How to run your unit tests as part of TFS build

Writing unit tests is good, having a build server that run the unit test on each commit/check-in is great!   In the past I’ve used TeamCity and FinalBuilder to administer my builds and run my tests, it was easy and painless and it worked. Unfortunately we cannot always decide our organization build strategy and if … Continue reading How to run your unit tests as part of TFS build