If you liked the Asserting on Not Null pattern, here comes the lazier version. Why do people write tests without asserts? Check it out.
Category Archives: Everyday Unit Testing
New post on Everyday Unit Testing about a recurring discussion I keep finding myself in. The way out is a simple mind shift. Check it out.
Time for a new anti-pattern. This time: Tests for data transformation. Check it out on Everyday Unit Testing .
The 2nd post in the new series on Everyday Unit Testing on rolling out unit testing implementation as a process in an organization. Check it out.
I’ve started a new series on Everyday Unit Testing, this time it’s on the strategic plan of rolling out unit testing implementation as a process in an organization. The first post is about defining the goals right. Check it out.
The videos are up on the Everyday Unit Testing site – “TDD Patterns” and “Creating a unit testing strategy“. Check’em out!
I had a lovely time at Agile Prague. The highlight for me was meeting Woody Zuill, especially the part where we discuss old computers and testing in all forms. On a boat. You can find the slides for “Creating Unit Testing Strategy” and “TDD Patterns” on the Everyday Unit Testing site.
A new post, on the anti-patterns in unit testing has arrived on EverydayUnitTesting.com! This time we’re talking about tests imitating code, or in a more catchy name: Code matching. Check it out!
Another one in the series! This time it’s about using tests for casting a big net, when what you’re really looking for is a small fish. Check it out on Everyday Unit Testing.
Continuing the series of anti-patterns in the wild world of unit tests, this time we’re exploring writing logic (conditionals, for example) in tests, and why it may not be a good idea.