Chris and I wanted to thank you all for attending the “Getting Started with JustMock” webinar. The slides, source code and recorded video are now available for you to explore. If you have any questions, then feel free to leave a comment below or send us an email/tweet. I encourage you to go ahead and download your own copy of JustMock and start experiencing Fast, Fluid Unit Testing for yourself.


Slides, Source Code and the Recorded Webinar Video is now available for you to enjoy.


The webinar was broken into two parts. In the first section, we reviewed using JustMock to fill in the blanks for missing dependencies when writing unit tests. We also discussed some of the accepted Patterns and Practices of writing unit tests such as the Arrange/Act/Assert paradigm. We continued by showing off the newest feature in JustMock, Automocking, and discussed how this is helpful for code with a significant number of dependencies as well as code that changes over time. We finished off the first section by showing off a significant number of features in JustMock Lite.

In the second section, we demonstrated elevated (or profiled) mocking, and how helpful the commercial edition of JustMock is in isolating the dependencies in legacy code, even statics and privates! We rounded out the discussion by demonstrating future mocking. Even with these advanced features, we barely had time to scratch the surface!

If you would like to see a webinar dedicated to demonstrating profiled mocking with JustMock, please leave a comment below, or drop my a line at


Hopefully you’ve seen just how fast and fluid unit testing can be with JustMock and some well-defined templates in JustCode. And how JustMock can rescue you from the pile of spaghetti known as legacy code.

Download JustMock today and watch your troubles go away.

About the Author

Phil Japikse

is an international speaker, a Microsoft MVP, ASPInsider, INETA Community Champion, MCSD, CSM/ CSP, and a passionate member of the developer community. Phil has been working with .Net since the first betas, developing software for over 20 years, and heavily involved in the agile community since 2005. Phil also hosts the Hallway Conversations podcast ( and serves as the Lead Director for the Cincinnati .Net User’s Group ( You can follow Phil on twitter via, or read his personal blog at



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