Real world unit testing presentation

If you the Israel .NET Developers User Group (IDNDUG) and you’d like to learn more about unit testing you can view my presentation here. I talked about unit tests and how to write good unit tests in the first session. I had a lot of fun and I hope that so did my audience. http://docs.google.com/present/embed?id=dd3zxkh_192g6gkd4gc&interval=5Continue reading Real world unit testing presentation

Webinar – Successful unit testing from day one

Writing unit tests can be harder then it seems, during my work at Typemock I’ve encountered developers that were frustrated and discouraged because TDD and unit testing didn’t seem to work for them. That is why we’ve decided to host a webinar about how to start unit testing your code. I will be co-hosting this … Continue reading Webinar – Successful unit testing from day one

Virtual Tech-Days recordings available

Microsoft Tech-Days recordings are available for viewing and download on the Tech-Days site. So if you’ve missed the my session on TDD & Mock objects it is available for download (or Online viewing). The session I gave on TDD and Mock objects is available here. The presentation (.pptx) Code examples from the session – you … Continue reading Virtual Tech-Days recordings available

Microsoft Virtual Tech Days – Here I come!

On the 1st of April Microsoft is having 24 hours of online sessions. During those 24 hours (starting 12:00 AM GMT) speakers from all over the world will host live online sessions in one of the following tracks: Windows Development and Frameworks Windows Mobile Development Office and SharePoint Development Developer Tools, Languages & Practices Web … Continue reading Microsoft Virtual Tech Days – Here I come!

Presentation from .NET Software Architects User Group

Yesterday I co-delivered a lecture about Unit testing titled "How to benefit from unit testing in the real world" at the monthly gathering of the .NET Software Architects User Group. I'd like to thank Doron that presented the 2nd part of our lecture and give thank to an esteemed member of our development team - … Continue reading Presentation from .NET Software Architects User Group