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7 Benefits of Unit Testing

7 Benefits of Unit Testing

We as developers hesitate to add unit testing to our work routine. Some refuse to do so because writing extra code adds more time and effort to an already busy day. What is often not ...

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What would YOU DoInstead? The Sequel

What would YOU DoInstead? The Sequel

So last time, I showed you how to do something before a method is called. That’s nice but what if you want to do something after it’s called? Let’s look again at the code under ...

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SHE’S SINGLE !

SHE’S SINGLE !

 HAPPY VALENTINE’S DAY!   Enjoyed it? Share it with your Valentine (friends and colleagues are also OK!) While they’re laughing, you can also register to our FREE webinar: “Agile Tribal Wars – Modern-day Quest for the Holy ...

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The Wrong Way to Do Product Management – Typemock Comic Series #3

This is the third comic in a new Typemock comic series. We’ll only make more if you share this one and pass it around to your friends! Do you like funny stuff?

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The Test You Regret: The Check-It-All

Sometimes, we get lazy. Or mask it under “productivity” or even “DRY”. We’ve already got a passing test, we look at it, and we say: for my next test, I’ll need the same “Arrange” and ...

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The Test You Regret: AA Tests

I was thinking: Why not post about test anti-patterns? Then, after I got this cool title, I knew I couldn’t pass this up. Tests, like everything in life, have both patterns and anti-patterns. Anti-patterns are ...

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How To Mock C Functions with Isolator++

Do you know the TIOBE survey? Every month it shows the usage of programming languages world wide. And coming in in first place this month is… C! That’s right. There’s so much development still being ...

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How To Organize Your Tests

Code Testing Tools Impact Your Effectiveness How to Be More Effective with Code Testing It starts out pretty simple. You want to start writing tests, so you create a library. Before you know it, you’ve ...

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The Opposite of Mocking

Let me tell you a secret. I don’t like the word “mocking”. Why? Because “mocking” refers to the tools we use, rather than what we want to achieve, which is isolation. However, I’ve decided to ...

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The Most Controversial Feature in Isolator V7

Michael Feathers posted about “Taking Automated Tests Off The Pedestal”. The post generated quite a discussion, which really revolved around the time it takes to run tests in established teams. Michael talks about how the ...

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