Stop Designing for Testability – Revisited

I just received an email about a comment on my article on Code Project, Stop  Designing for Testability. After nearly 3 years it is still getting [...]

Unit Tests and Developers under Pressure

In TechEd 2008 David Platt interviewed Roy about the future of  TDD. You should really view the Tech-Talk as Dave is really funny, although he does miss [...]

The myth of integration tests

The question of what exactly is a unit test, is one that keeps on plaguing us as a community. I have heard many developers say "oh, no need to test that - its [...]

Unit Testing Collections

I have written about Lowering the friction of Unit testing, and how using Aspect Faking we can lower the friction of testing collections The problem Unit [...]

Lowering the friction of Unit testing

At Typemock we have been learning allot about our customers lately and understanding where the friction is so that we can make unit testing even easier and [...]

Ruby Style Isolating – Aspect Faking

I have talked in the past about Ruby Style Isolating (Dynamically Typed), now it is part of the AAA syntax.  The big value of this feature is that you [...]

Future of Unit Testing and Economics

Euan Garden managed the PDC 2008 Panel Session on the Future of Unit Testing, and Andrew has made a short summary. Unit Test => (Automated) Developers [...]

Mocking frameworks – dream feature

There are some developers SHOUTING, that mocking static and  non-virtual methods is a big No-No. Roy, is calling them dogmatic. Come on guys, the most [...]

Interesting Unit Testing Survay

According to a Telerik Survey  (brought to me by Avi Kaye) Unit Testing is still not mainstream. I am not sure how many people voted, and although the [...]

Understanding Mock Objects – Better Design

Azam has written a post about Ben Hall's article "Beginning to Mock Using Rhino Mocks and MbUnit". The logic in the example is a method that returns an image [...]