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We need to maintain legacy applications that were not built to facilitate unit testing. Without Typemock we would be completely unable to effectively test these applications. Typemock boosts productivity because you do not have to explicitly code from the ground up with testing in mind, which can be difficult to handle. Typemock has been able to cover up the coupling and dependency sins that we all have leaked into our applications from time to time.  
Edmund D. Gorski, President, CodePoets, Inc.
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Creating Change from Within: Getting Your Team to Unit Test

By Dror Helper, Software Architect, Better Place, August 29, 2012 at 12:00 PM Pacific US, 3:00 PM Eastern US, 20:00 United Kingdom

Faced with management that do not care about “being agile” and unit testing what can a single developer do? Quite a lot!

Every developer has the power to improve the organization he works in in small iterative steps – and we can show you how to get your organization to start unit testing.

Learn:

 

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How to Test Dependencies & Legacy Code

By Gil Zilberfeld, Product Manager, Typemock, August 14, 2012 at 10:00 AM Eastern, 15:00 United Kingdom/GMT

Discover why you should start unit testing, and how you can get started with automated tests quickly. 

You may have already started unit testing or at least understand the basics. But there’s one large obstacle that stands in your way: dependencies. Most code was not written to be easy to test. How can you test dependencies and other tangled code? 

How do you get out of the death spiral of testing? 

Join this webinar and learn:

 

 

 

 

 

Introduction to Unit Testing

By Gil Zilberfeld, Product Manager, Typemock, August 8

 

Discover why you should start unit testing, and how you can get started with automated tests quickly. 


Learn: 

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Interactive TDD: Building a Spaceship

By Gil Zilberfeld, Product Manager, Typemock, Wednesday July 25

 

I bet you've had enough of calculator examples. Let's do something important. Something that will change the world. We're going to TDD a... Spaceship!   In this interactive webinar we're going to collect and analyze requirements as we go, discuss design options, evaluate API and build a real (virtual) C# spaceship using test driven development. 

 

 

Battle of the C++ Testing Frameworks

By Gil Zilberfeld, Product Manager, Typemock, Wednesday July 18, 2012

 

So you've decide to write your C++ unit tests. The first step is choosing a testing framework.

Which frameworks should you go with? 

We're going to introduce the most frequently used frameworks, and compare them. We'll also discuss things to think about when choosing a framework. 

We'll write tests in: CppUnit, GoogleTest, Boost Test, and UnitTest++. You will explore the ease-of-use, APIs, and answer your questions about what is important in a testing framework. 

Let us help you choose the right framework for you. Battle it out. Who's going to be the top framework?

 

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Executable Specifications in Action: Building a Mobile Bank

By Vagif Abiov, July 12, 2012  

 

In this workshop we will exercise a combination of BDD and TDD methods by implementing a small mobile bank solution. We will start from user stories and scenarios, turning them into a set of executable specifications written in Gherkin language. Then we will proceed with implementation of scenario steps followed by writing production code in a test-driven manner. By the end of the workshop, we will have an in-memory bank communicating with its customers using simulated SMS messages. 


Learning outcomes: 


• Transform product requirements into executable specifications written in Gherkin language 
• Exercise how to combine BDD and TDD in order to focus on continuous delivery of business values 
• Use automated test frameworks for continuous feedback on feature completion 
• Use a distributed version control system (Git) to switch between different code branches during the implementation phase 

By the end of the workshop we will have an in-memory bank communicating with its customers using SMS messages. We will use Typemock Isolator to mock communication with the SMS gateway.

 

Introduction to Unit Testing

By Gil Zilberfeld, Product Manager, Typemock

Discover why you should start unit testing, and how you can get started with automated tests quickly. 


Learn: 

• Benefits of unit testing 
• xUnit Frameworks 
• The difference between unit testing and test driven development (TDD).

Click here to watch

 

Top 5 Unit Testing Questions Answered

By Gil Zilberfeld, Product Manager, Typemock, June 27, 2012 

Struggling with unit testing? Not sure where to start or how to advance? You aren’t alone...
 
Unit testing is a difficult subject for many to continue because of its complex nature.
 
Do you have unit testing brainteasers? Difficult questions about unit testing that you haven’t don’t know the answer to? 

We’ve gathered some of the most common questions about unit testing and we’re going to answer them for you. 

Click here to watch  

Testing the Untestable: Unit Testing Dependencies and Legacy Code

 

By Gil Zilberfeld, Product Manager, Typemock, June 13, 2012 

 

You may have already started unit testing or at least understand the basics. But there’s one large obstacle that stands in your way: dependencies. Most code was not written to be easy to test. How can you test dependencies and reduce defects in your code? Join this webinar and learn how to test legacy code and reduce defects in your application.

Learn:

Discover the secret to testing code that wasn’t designed for testability. You may also win a free Isolator t-shirt or license, including 1 license exclusively available via Twitter. 

Code examples will be in C++

 

 

Real Life Unit Testing & Mocking: Testing Hard to Test Code

 

By Gil Zilberfeld, Product Manager, Typemock, May 31, 2012

 

You may have already started unit testing. But there’s one large obstacle that stands in your way: dependencies. Most code was not written to be easy to test. How can you test dependencies? Join this webinar and learn different methods and tools that help create unit tests that can mock dependencies. 

How do you apply unit testing to code that wasn’t designed for testability and normally breaks when testing? This is a hardcore session, where we take an application and add tests to it. In the process, we’ll refactor the code, discuss readability, and where to begin. This is an intensive demonstration of automated testing hard-core legacy code. If you are a programming ninja, or want to truly understand the value of powerful and professional unit testing, check it out.

   

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Using Typemock Isolator to Speed Up the Development of SharePoint Web Parts

By Richard Fennell, Engineering Director, Black Marble, May 22, 2012, 12:00 PM UK

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

 

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Introduction to Unit Testing

By Gil Zilberfeld, Product Manager, Typemock, May 16, 2012, 10:00 AM EDT

Software testing isn’t just a task for QA. In order to prevent bugs and release quality code to market, you also need developer testing, including unit testing. Discover why you should start unit testing, and how you can get started with automated tests quickly.

Learn:

• Benefits of unit testing
• xUnit Frameworks
• The difference between unit testing and test driven development (TDD).

Join this webinar to learn what you need to know in order to start testing today.

Examples will be in C++.

Click here to watch

 

 

Software Architecture in an Agile Environment

By Raffaele Garofalo, Software Architect, May 9, 2012

How do architects build software in an agile environment. 


Learn

• What is Software Architecture
• What is Agile development
• How they can live together?

Discover principles of Agile architecture
• Lifecycle and process
• Modeling and development
• The right solution for the right problem
• How to deliver quality with (TDD)

 

Driving application development through Behavior-Driven Development (BDD)

By Einar Ingebrigtsen, Technical Fellow, DoLittle Studios, May 2, 2012

Looking to start unit testing or test driven development but not sure what to test and how to start? Behavior Driven Development, an agile software development technique, can help spread unit testing and TDD in your team. 

This webinar will walk through how you can be driving your application development through behavior driven, one specification at a time in a test-driven manner. You will see how BDD could fit with an agile process. 

Learn:

  • What is Behavior-Driven Development (BDD)
  • The relationship between BDD & Test-Driven Development (TDD)
  • Basic specifications, Cucumber-language
  • How BDD makes a good fit with agile processes
  • Driving out your units in a test-first approach
  • Mocking / Fakes / Stubs - what are they and how to use them
  • Decoupling in software

Click here to start behavior-driven TDD

 

Introduction to Test Driven Development (TDD)

By Gil Zilberfeld, Product Manager, Typemock, Wednesday, April 18, 2012

In order to prevent bugs and release quality code to market, you also need developer testing, including test driven development (TDD). Discover what test driven development is and how it can help you write better code.

Learn:

  • The difference between unit testing and Test Driven Development (TDD)
  • Benefits of TDD
  • Problems and Pitfalls and How to Overcome Them
  • Principles of TDD
  • How to test both new and complicated legacy code with TDD

Watch the webinar and start with Test Driven Development today

 

The Easy Way to Master Unit Testing

By Gil Zilberfeld, Product Manager, Typemock

Unit testing is difficult. Difficult to start, difficult to see results, and difficult to test complicated code. Discover how you can get started with automated tests and easy unit testing. 

Learn:

  • What is isolation and mocking
  • How to test complicated legacy code
  • How to write effective unit tests 

 

Introduction to Unit Testing

By Gil Zilberfeld, Product Manager, Typemock

In order to prevent bugs and release quality code to market, you also need developer testing, including unit testing. Discover why you should start unit testing, and how you can get started with automated tests quickly. 

Learn: 
 

  • Benefits of unit testing
  • xUnit Frameworks
  • The difference between unit testing and test driven development (TDD).

 

Watch this webinar to learn what you need to know in order to start testing today.

How Agile Practices Get QA Off Your Back 

By Gil Zilberfeld, Product Manager, Typemock, Wednesday, March 14, 2012

 

QA getting on your team’s back because of bugs or delayed releases? Tired of their ping-pongs and nuisance? 

Agile can get QA off of developers backs and let you focus on coding working software.

Discover how Agile development practices such as:

• Unit Testing / TDD 
• Coverage 
• Automation 
• Code Reviews 
• Shared Code 
can get QA off your back and help you write better, faster code.

Watch now

 

Unit Testing Legacy Code

By Gil Zilberfeld, Product Manager, Typemock, Wednesday, February 15, 2012

 

How do you apply unit testing to existing code? Code that wasn’t meant to testing and normally breaks when testing? This is a hardcore session, where we take an open source application and add tests to it. In the process, we’ll refactor the code, discuss readability, and where to even begin. This is an intensive demonstration of automated testing hard-core legacy code. If you are a legacy ninja, check it out. 

Click here to watch

  

How to Test Dependencies & Legacy Code

By Gil Zilberfeld, Product Manager, Typemock, Wednesd