Typemock is announcing today a new version of Typemock Isolator (5.2).
One of the coolest features in the new version is the inclusion of a new VB .NET unit testing API. This ‘VB friendly’ API was designed and written in VB.NET, for VB.NET developers. It uses the strengths of the VB.NET language to allow easy and intuitive use of the isolation API, for easier unit tests on any piece of .NET code.
If you are you a blogger, webmaster, or internet columnist, you can get your free personal license by helping Typemock launch their new 5.2 version for Isolator – the best tool to unit test VB.NET applications.
How can you get the free license?
Post the text below on your blog (as is, with links) and tell them about it . If you are in the first 25 to mail them after posting, your license will be on its way!
If you have a VB.NET dedicated blog, you’ll get a license automatically (even if more than 25 submit) during the first week of this announcement.
A few simple requirements:
You must own a website, blog space or internet column, older than 2 months, or get permission from the owner of such a site.
Your post must include the text below (including the links) between *Begin* and *End*.
Programming Visual Basic applications?
Typemock have released a new version of their unit testing tool, Typemock Isolator 5.2.
This version includes a new friendly VB.NET API which makes Isolator the best Isolation tool for unit testing A Visual Basic (VB) .NET application.
Isolator now allows unit testing in VB or C# for many ‘hard to test’ technologies such as SharePoint, ASP.NET MVC, partial support for Silverlight, WPF, LINQ, WF, Entity Framework, WCF unit testing and more.
Note that the first 25 bloggers who blog this text in their blog and tell us about it, will get a Free Full Isolator license (worth $139). If you post this in a VB.NET dedicated blog, you’ll get a license automatically (even if more than 25 submit) during the first week of this announcement.
Go ahead, click the following link for more information on how to get your free license.
Once you post this in your site, just drop them a line at firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and the post URL to get your free license.
Hurry up – this offer is limited to the first 25 general bloggers, or to VB.NET dedicated bloggers who will post this in the first week.
Disclaimer: This is an offer from Typemock as announced at http://blog.typemock.com/2009/01/get-free-isolator-licnese-for-helping.html. I’m just a fan.