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This article was written by Gil Zilberfeld, Product Manager, Typemock. The first tool you need is a testing framework. You have a couple of choices there. If you are using Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 Professional or above, you already have the Microsoft unit testing framework installed. The framework comes also with Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 Team System. You may also decide to go with one of the open source frameworks: NUnit, MbUnit (now part of theGallio project) or xUnit. There are minor differences between the different frameworks, but the main features are the same. However, the Microsoft one also comes with a built in test runner. It allows you to run tests inside Visual studio.  To achieve the same ease-of-use with the open source frameworks you will need TestDriven.Net by Jamie Cansdale. For using the attributes and API of the different frameworks, you jus... (more)

Visual WebGui Joins ASCII Group’s Solution Alliance Network

  Bethesda, Maryland --- The ASCII Group, Inc. (ASCII), the nation’s oldest and most established community of independent managed service providers, system integrators and solution providers welcomes a new edition to their growing Solution Alliance Network – Visual WebGui. This alliance will provide additional benefits and education for the ASCII membership in targeting the growing Rich Internet Application and Cloud Computing market. “We are honored to have this dynamic group of professionals join the Solution Alliance Network. Visual WebGui offers ASCII Members a robust plat... (more)

New Research Reveals Data Issues Represent the Biggest Challenge to DevOps Initiatives | @DevOpsSummit #DevOps

The results of a new survey conducted by Delphix Corp., (a DBmaestro partner) together with Gleanster Research show that DevOps is becoming more and more popular, but there is a major disagreement on what DevOps means. This is despite 75% of respondents saying that DevOps is either strongly or somewhat defined. So what are these widely divergent definitions of DevOps? 84% of participants picked the generally defined description that DevOps is developers and system administrators working together to ease the transition between development and production. 69% believe it is using i... (more)

Code Challenge Issued to Experienced Developers

In the first code challenge of its kind, Visual WebGui is offering a $10,000 and giving away prizes valued at thousands of dollars in their call to developers to be the first to submit a Webmail application written by another framework with fewer lines of code. Developers can register for the Code Challenge on-line from anywhere in the world, but special prizes will be distributed to those who sign up at Visual WebGui’s booth 316 at PDC or booth V5 Tech-Ed. According to CEO Navot Peled, “Developers understand the importance of being productive in a challenging economy environmen... (more)

New Year’s Resolutions from a Cloud Platform CEO

Gizmox Demo at Cloud Expo Cloud Computing Expo - As we head into 2010, technological companies and experts are making their predictions as to what the New Year can expect to bring while reviewing the best of 2009. Navot Peled, CEO of Gizmox, has three personal resolutions to share with developers and the IT community, focusing on commitments that he is making. Ensure that developers have more tools that they really need Desktop power on the web, with its enormous economic impact, is a long set goal. Yet as technologies get closer, they get much more complicated. Although Ajax, Si... (more)