Category Archives: TDD

Why Microsoft Makes Bad Programmers

After the LIDNUG presentation, we stayed online to discuss unit testing experiences. A couple of things stayed with me from that talk. One: we’re (we developers) are obsessed with tooling and technology (you didn’t expect hard news here, right?). Our main focus should be about solving the business problem first. But, us geeks, we like

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Battle of the frameworks: The SharePoint arena

Last week, I gave a presentation at the Israeli SharePoint user group on unit testing SharePoint applications. Slides below. Me closer (lurking in the shadows). As an objective observer, I compared the two and only alternatives for Isolation frameworks for SharePoint: Typemock Isolator and Microsoft Moles. And here’s my objective decision: Isolator wins by a

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