Easy unit testing in C++, Webinar

I am very excited about Isolator++. Roy has written a post on our first encounter with unit testing C++ and the difficulties we found many years ago. There are many issues in C++ that render ‘testable design’ to be ‘bad design’, for example calling virtual methods constructors in a big no no in C++, but testable design means having those methods virtual methods. So trying to convince developers to make their code testable has led to a lot of resistance.

But our dream of unit testing C++ is coming true with Isolator++, and you are invited to hear Roy Osherove talk about Unit testing C++.

Mark the date: Thursday, October 21st, 2010

More information here (we are giving out free Isolator++ licenses!)

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