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Testing with Team Foundation Server
Category: Languages > .net      Posted: 05 Apr 09

In this episode we take a look at how to create and write test with Team Foundation Server (TFS). You will learn how you can use Team System to create test shells from existing code, as well as how to modify and run those tests.

Taking a look at the AAA syntax in RhinoMocks 3.5
Category: Languages > .net      Posted: 05 Apr 09

In this episode we take a look at the new AAA (Arrange, Act, Assert) syntax that is part of RhinoMocks 3.5.

By the end of the episode you should have an general understanding of how the new syntax works and how it differs from the Record/Replay model.

Testing Abstract classes with Rhino Mocks
Category: Languages > .net      Posted: 25 Mar 09

In this episode we will walk you though how to test your abstract classes with Rhino Mocks.

You will learn how that by using a mocking framework you can simplify and reduce the friction in testing your abstract classes and methods.

Creating your DB with Linq' DataContext for testing
Category: Languages > .net      Posted: 18 Mar 09

In this episode we will learn how to use the DataContext object that is part of Linq2Sql to build/rebuild our data base for testing.

We will walk though the creation of the database, the creation of data and learn how to wire this process up to our Tests.

Unit testing events with NUnit
Category: Languages > .net      Posted: 18 Mar 09

In this episode we will cover how to test events that are raised from an object. We will cover multiple different ways to do this.

Creating tests with NUnit
Category: Languages > .net      Posted: 18 Mar 09

In this episode we will cover the basics on how to create various unit test using the NUnit testing framework. We will also review the different Assert helper classes that are part of the testing framework.

Overview on NUnit's Attributes
Category: Languages > .net      Posted: 18 Mar 09

In this episode we will learn how to use some of the different attributes that are built into the NUnit testing framework.

The attributes we will review are:

  • Test
  • TestFixtureSetup
  • TestFixtureTeardown
  • Setup
  • Teardown
  • Ignore
  • Explicit
  • ExpectedException...

  • John Launchbury: High-Assurance Software
    Category: Languages > Programming      Posted: 09 Mar 09

    I had the pleasure of co-hosting a seminar on Functional Programming at Ericsson. We were able to bring an impressive cast of speakers:

  • Simon Peyton-Jones, Microsoft Research
  • Satnam Singh, Microsoft Research
  • John Hughes, Chalmers
  • John Launchbury, Galois
    Some notable people...

  • John Hughes: Testing with QuickCheck
    Category: Languages > Programming      Posted: 09 Mar 09

    John Hughes is co-founder and CEO of Quviq AB, and the originator of Quviq QuickCheck. Schooled at a rural comprehensive in Wales, John studied at Oxford and Cambridge Universities, to be appointed Professor of Computing Science at Glasgow University at the tender age of 27. John developed a passion ...

    White testing Plastic
    Category: Languages > Testing      Posted: 08 Mar 09

    Ever heard of White? You should.

    White is a promising testing framework based on the UI Automation APIs which enables you to write tests in C# (or your favorite .NET language).

    Why is it interesting? I think there're several reasons but, for me, the main ones are:

    TATFT, The Layman's Guide to Getting It Right The First Time - Bryan Liles
    Category: Web Development > Ruby On Rails      Posted: 19 Feb 09

    You've heard it a million times, "TATFT". So, how do you go from being someone who wants to test, to someone who actually tests all the time? Do you ne...

    Testing as Communication, Real-World Techniques - Jon Larkowski
    Category: Web Development > Ruby On Rails      Posted: 19 Feb 09

    This session covers how Hashrocket, an experienced Ruby on Rails consultancy, uses a wide range of real-world testing techniques and agile methodologie...