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Typemock Experts

Typemock Experts are independent developers, architects, trainers, and other professionals who provide a vital link between Typemock and the developers’ community. They offer from their own experience, giving the community knowledge via books, articles or blogs on a wide range of topics, from pragmatic unit testing to development methodologies.Typemock’s Experts are eligible for great benefits:

 Free Typemock Isolator Enterprise Edition License

  •  Receive a certification and be promoted on Typemock’s main site, blogs and forums
  •  Gain exclusive access to inside information
  •  Influence Typemock’s roadmap including upcoming features and capabilities
  •  Participate in product trainings and events

Typemock’s Experts prerequisites:

  • Authors of books, articles or blogs related to unit testing
  • Actively participating in Typemock’s forums: answer user’s questions and initiate new topics for discussions
  • Professional trainers on the fields of agile development, TDD and unit testing

To be a candidate of Typemock’s Expert program please send us an email.

Typemock Experts:

        Travis Illig
Travis Illig is a .NET developer who enjoys the art of solving problems with technology. He is currently a senior developer with CheckFree Corporation working on next-generation online banking products. 
Blog: http:/www.paraesthesia.com
 

 

  Paulo Morgado 
Paulo Morgado works at Espí­rito Santo Informá¡tica, ACE as a developer and software architect. He has a bachelor's degree in electronics and telecommunications (digital systems) from the Instituto Superior de Engenharia at Lisbon, a degree of licentiate in informatics from the Faculdade de Ciências da Universidade Nova at Lisbon, and is also a Microsoft Certified Solution Developer (MCSD) for the Microsoft .NET Framework. Paulo contributes to Microsoft Portuguese newsgroups and the PontoNetPT community, answering posted questions about .NET Framework software development. His growing interest in software architecture also drives his participation in the Portuguese Group of Software Architecture (GASP). Paulo's contributions to the community have earned him a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) award.
Blogs: http:/weblogs.asp.net/paulomorgado http:/msmvps.com/blogs/paulomorgadohttp:/www.arquitecturadesoftware.org/blogs/paulomorgado
http:/weblogs.pontonetpt.com/pjmorgado
 

Lior Friedman is a Certified Scrum Master and an experienced Agile Coach working at Sela Group in promoting agile adoption and assimilation. After leading the development of cutting edge testing tools at Typemock LTD, and helping numerous companies in their TDD implementation, He provides clients with training, mentoring and high-end consulting services, specializing in AUT, TDD and general agile transitions.

Blogs: http:/imistaken.blogspot.com/

   
Vagif is a Russian developer living and working in Norway. He is currently a Chief system architect at LUUP (Norwegian company specializing in mobile payments) and owner of Object Factory (his consultance company). Vagif specializes in .NET development and architecture and prefers designing server-side components. He loves seeing that his unit tests have 100% code coverage and disagrees that it's not worth achieving this goal. He has a long list of favourite technology-related acronyms, but WCF, WF and LINQ will be in the top in the nearest future.

 Vagif Abilov

Vagif is a Russian developer living and working in Norway. He is currently a Chief system architect at LUUP (Norwegian company specializing in mobile payments) and owner of Object Factory (his consultance company). Vagif specializes in .NET development and architecture and prefers designing server-side components. He loves seeing that his unit tests have 100% code coverage and disagrees that it's not worth achieving this goal. He has a long list of favourite technology-related acronyms, but WCF, WF and LINQ will be in the top in the nearest future.

Blogs: http:/bloggingabout.net/members/VagifAbilov/default.aspx

 

  Soon Hui Ngu 
Soon Hui is a .Net developer working in Esteem Innovation, a software company that creates desktop applications to help structural engineers in drafting, analysis, design and detailing. 
Out of his years of programming experience, Soon Hui realizes the need to have well written, readable and maintainable code. This results him to promote unit testing as the candle in a bug-infested world. 

Soon Hui also does PHP applications, just to make sure he doesn't miss out on web development.

Blogs: http:/itscommonsensestupid.blogspot.com

 

 Dennis Van Der Stelt 
Dennis is a trainer and coach at Class-A and founder of BloggingAbout.NET. He specializes in architecture and distributed applications, Windows Communication Foundation, Windows Azure, Agile principles & practices and everything that’s new.
Blogs: http:/bloggingabout.net/blogs/dennis/
 

 

 Artem Smirnov 

Artem Smirnov is a Russian .Net developer who practices something he calls "Human Driven Development". He believes that software should be developed with joy, and the code should be beautiful, and following these principles one can create a product which is a piece of art, rather than a "more or less working" bunch of bytes.

Artem is the creator of Ivonna (a Typemock Isolator add-on for ASP.Net unit testing), and Arractas (an opensource Arrange-Act-Assert framework on top of MbUnit).

Blog: http://ivonna.biz/Blog.aspx

 

Muhammad Mosa

Muhammad M. Mosa Soliman, is a Sr Software Engineer Team Lead based in Cairo. He’s holding several Microsoft MCTS Certificates and MCPD in Enterprise Application Development. He graduated from Faculty of Computer Sciences & Information Systems from Ain Shams University in Cairo, Egypt.

Muhammad is working in software development industry since 2001. Major experience in Microsoft.Net technologies and servers in general, and web platform in specific. He loves to work with Entity Framework and learning how to build testable designs and applications. He’s Interested in learning and applying software engineering patterns & practices. You can read his blog at: http:/mosesofegypt.net and follow him on Twitter: @mosessaur

 

              Apostolis Bekiaris

 

Apostolis Bekiaris is a very experienced .NET developer with passion of well design code. That passion has to come with the right tools (one of them is TypeMock for sure). He is working as a freelance contractor and he is very experience with 3rd party .Net Components from major vendors such as DevExpress, Telerik. 
For other tools, tricks, tips Blog: http:/apobekiaris.blogspot.com  
 

 

    I wanted to let you know that I have been using Typemock for several months, and I find it to be irreplaceable tool in Unit Testing ..  Nermin Dibek, Sr Consultant - Magenic Technologies