Geek Speak: Debugging and Tweaking Week (Part 5 of 5): Test Driven Development with Visual Studio 2005 – FollowUp


This session highlights two useful features in Visual Studio 2005 that help developers improve the performance and quality of their software. Learn how the built-in profiler monitors the execution of a running program and generates detailed reports on the application's behavior that can be used to identify those bottlenecks that most affect the program's performance. We will also show how to take advantage of the support for test-driven development in Visual Studio 2005 to ensure that you are preserving the integrity of your existing code as you enhance or extend your solutions.


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  1. Charles Lazarr says:

    Is a mock object framework similar to DotNetMock or NMock (or at least what is provided in NUnit at a bare minimum) supported in the VS.NET 2005 testing frameworks? Mock objects are critical to simulating dependencies such as an ADO.NET command object or a utility class in unit tests. If not present in the current beta 2 or next beta, do you anticipate one will be in the final?

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