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  • Webinar: Speed Up the Development of SharePoint Web Parts
  • Is Your Software Healthy?
  • Webinar: Top 5 Unit Testing Problems in C++ Legacy Code and How to Solve Them
  • Upcoming Developer Events
  • Why Too Much Mocking is Bad and Other Questions
Speed Up the Development of SharePoint Web Parts
Many Web Parts in SharePoint render for capturing data that is stored in a SharePoint list. This means that to test the Web Part you have to load the the Web Part within a SharePoint server. Then how do you test it?

During this webinar, Richard Fennell will show how you can use Typemock Isolator to allow the development and testing of your Web Part without the need to keep redeploying it to SharePoint to check every minor change.
How: Register Here
When: Wednesday, September 21, 10:00 AM EDT / 3:00 PM UK
What do I get? The chance to learn about unit testing in SharePoint and the chance to win an Isolator license or Typemock t-shirt.
Register Now
Is Your Software Healthy?
It's not enough that your software "works." Doing what it's supposed to do for the immediate release just doesn't cut it. What's going to happen during the next release? If there's a new feature or a new staff member? Just like we should take care of our own personal health, it's also important to take care of our software's health.
In business terms, unhealthy software also costs companies a lot of money - billions and billions of dollars. What's the solution? Developer testing, including unit testing. Want to make sure your code doesn't catch a cold? Click here to read about healthy software.
Top 5 Unit Testing Problems in C++ Legacy Code and How to Solve Them
Legacy code is a real problem with C++ applications. With so many developers working on the same codebase over time - decades even -- your code gets complicated and full of dependencies.

Unit testing is often the best solution to ensure that your legacy code does what it's supposed to do. But sometimes unit testing C++ legacy code can be problematic.
In this webinar, you will learn how to:
• Deal with global C functions
• Deal with private calls to functions that you want to avoid
• Deal with your code creating objects that you want to ignore
• Test when there is no external state to check
• Simulate values that are returned by reference

Where do I sign up? Click here
When: Friday, September 23, 10:00 AM EDT / 3:00 PM UK
What's in it for me? The answer to how to deal with C++ Legacy Code and a chance to win an Isolator++ license or Typemock t-shirt.
Upcoming Events Why Too Much Mocking is Bad & Other Questions
There are several community events taking place over the next few months. Here are just a few events that Typemock is proud to be sponsoring in September and October. Check them out!

Are we missing your event? Looking for sponsorship? E-mail us and we'll be sure to include it next time.
Gil recently answered questions from last month's webinar, including "Why is too much mocking bad?" Want to know why? Read his answer. Do you have unit testing questions? Ask away and we'll answer them in a future newsletter and blog post.

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