New On Twitter - Activities Not Just Updates - Typemock Geek Quiz

In the beginning social tools like twitter were used primarily to connect with friends, and update them on the user's status. Lately these tools are being used for more creative and exiting things like online events, and fun activities.
 
Oct. 4, 2009 - PRLog -- In today’s fast-paced and instant digital environment, taking advantage of blogs and microblogs, social media marketing, and other collaborative tools has become norm. This is why more and more companies have profiles in Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and other online communities; after all, if you want to attract attention to you and what you do, there is no better way to create great buzz.

In the beginning social tools like twitter were used primarily to connect with friends, and update them on the user's status. Lately these tools are being used for more creative and exiting things like online events, and fun activities.

Always in the lookout for new exiting activities for developers, on 14/OCT/09 Typemock will be hosting a quiz on Twitter – the Twitter Geek Quiz. The quiz will consist of three rounds of questions about “geek related” trivia, unit testing, .NET, software development, and other topics of interest to the developer community. Each round will be more difficult than the one before but as thrilling and challenging.

Do you know invaluable information like the name of the main character in Half-Life? Who wrote Star Wars? What is a static method? Participate in Typemock's Twitter Geek Quiz for developers and see if your knowledge of trivia is as good as you think.

The quiz is a great opportunity to hone your skills and demonstrate your knowledge of testing and non-testing-related matters. In addition to the prizes for the overall winners, the quiz will also have bonus questions by unit-testing gurus like Ron Jeffries, Andy Hunt, and Roy Osherove that will award the winners of these question with a signed book by the guru who asked the bonus question.

Typemock offers .NET unit testing tools that reduce the bug-fix-time and increase code integrity, by enabling developers to write simple and maintainable unit tests. Typemock Isolator gives .NET developers the power to unit test their code, by making unit tests easy to write and automate.

So go ahead, invite your friends, colleagues and twitter followers to come to the #GeekQuiz (twitter hash tag).

For additional details about this exciting event, check out Typemock's blog at http://blog.typemock.com/ follow Typewmock's Twitter or visit the company’s website at www.typemock.com.

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Typemock develop solutions for .NET unit testing. Typemock gives .NET developers the power to easily perform unit testing by making unit tests easy to write and automate.
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