Monday, January 21, 2008

Roy Osherove - The Case For TypeMock

Roy Osherove has another post on the case for TypeMock.

For me the big one is that design for testability has its limits. Breaking encapsulation, interfaces over all your classes, injecting everything, virtual members everywhere. Those things can be good and they can also lead to klunky designs particular in domain/business code).

That doesn't mean that design for testability isn't good. However when I want to mock something without changing its design, because I'm quite happy with its current design, I turn to TypeMock.

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