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.
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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.
There’s a new post on Everyday Unit Testing (it’s been awhile, right?). I’m s tarting a new series of anti-patterns, what to look for, and how to fix them. The first post is about TDD without refactoring. Enjoy!
Concluding the first part on “Everyday Unit Testing”, here’s the 2nd. Check it out!
It’s a new series on Everyday Unit Testing, but I’ve got quite a set of ideas. Check out the first one.