What will be covered:
Agile has gone mainstream. And let’s admit it – transitioning an entire development process into a new one is challenging, to say the least. But big changes start with small steps, which you can try today. We’re going to talk about actionable stuff – from standups to build servers. Oh, and unit testing too.
Join Typemock’s expert Gil Zilberfeld for a real-world view on how to start your path in the agile world.
Who should be there? Any .NET or C++ developer
Date: Wednesday, December 15, 2010
Time: 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM GMT+2:00
Space is limited.
Two Isolator licenses will be given free to two random participants… it’s going to be wild!
Click here to register.
Unit Testing Tips – Your First Steps Towards Agility
Unit Testing is said to be the glue that binds the Agile pieces together; but unit testing is also said to be one of the hardest paths to start following. Here at Typemock, we make unit testing as easy as writing regular code – with our suite of tools you can write tests, review them, and even measure how well your unit testing adoption is doing. If you work in .NET or C++, our tools can become the bridge on which to take your first steps towards agility.
Here are a few tips on how to start integrating unit tests into your development process:
1. Check in whatever tests you already have, and start checking in any new test code.
2. Use a continuous build system. The entire build process, from beginning to end should be automatic.
3. Add to the build script (or integration script) running of tests.
4. If the build fails because of test failure, consider it good feedback. Do something – fix the test, change it, delete it, or even ignore it or just leave it there.
We recommend you first start by taking a look at Typemock Isolator – our flagship product for writing unit tests easily on ANY type .NET code (new or legacy code).