Product Status Peek – 2011

We are starting the year with some great product advances. Typemock Isolator++   We have released version 1.1, with many bug fixes and 2 major [...]

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 [...]

How we doubled our visitors

Simple, we created a great compelling product! We have doubled our visitors and downloads since releasing Isolator++! This is really exciting. It is great to [...]

Typemock Patents- you’re missing the point

Roy just asked me to blog about a twitter-conversation on our Typemock patents.  It is true, we do have a patent. Its number is: PCT/IL2007/001152  [...]

Gaps I found while dog-fooding Typemock Isolator

I have been dog-fooding Typemock Isolator with the Metric Dashboard. There are quite a few gaps in the product that I have found while using it. Before I go [...]

Bug Fix Time not a good metric

After a few weeks using the BugFixTime metric, I found that metric too hard to understand and leaves the developer and managers clueless to what that have to [...]

Simple or Simply Terrible

I read the Lead Blog post: Simplicity. Simplicity means the achievement of maximum effect with minimal means. - Dr. Koichi Kawana I though that was the [...]

Managing the support

We take our support really seriously here at Typemock, our customers see and talk about this great value. But there is much more to support then fixing bugs. [...]

Why do we ignore your arguments?

With the release of Isolator Version 5.3, we have added the ability to simulate external components based on the arguments passed to those components. We [...]

Isolator for SharePoint – Free License

Get a free Typemock Isolator license: [Update: Contest is finished, Thanks to all you bloggers] We’re announcing today about a new product: Isolator for [...]