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"Typemock has helped us get some difficult to test code under test, as well as speed up the writing of some business rules/classes. The new version is quite impressive with the suggested tests. Any tool that helps you write more (and better!) tests has got to help make better quality code." 
Stephen Price Lead Developer at Unlisted Marketplace
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    Offer to take your new knowledge of unit testing back to your team, and others. Hold a training session for your co-workers. Identify specific locations in your code that testing can help, and offer a pilot to write tests for them.


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    Share with your manager that you plan on using the leading unit testing tool in companies worldwide. With great support and productivity boosters, you’re helping the organization jump ahead of their competitors.

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The Goal

How Isolator helps you meet that goal

Better quality products

Isolator is the easiest tool for unit testing. Great tools get results done, and Isolator is suited for flushing the bugs out.

Better productivity

With Isolator's intelligent completion, you'll spend less time writing tests, and more time on features.

Easy implementation

Isolator lowers the barrier of entrance to unit testing, helping whole teams succeed.

Competitive advantage

Unit testing lowers development costs and reduces time to market. Isolator is the easiest tool for implementing unit testing.