This post, namely, now appears on Everyday Unit Testing. It’s about refactoring legacy code for unit testing by renaming methods and variables. Check it out!
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This post was taken by raiders to the Everyday Unit Testing site. Follow Indy there! It is the starting post about refactoring legacy code in order for unit testing it. http://memecrunch.com/meme/19PWL/exploring-legacy-code
This post, comparable or not, now appears in the Everyday Unit Testing site. It’s on the idea that TDD equals good design, while it’s really not, and it probably still needs refactoring to get it to be good. Check it out! Image source: https://www.flickr.com/photos/microassist/7268711202/
There’s a lady who’s sure she’s seen this post appearing on Everyday Unit Testing. It’s on stages of learning and acceptance of unit testing (and testing in general) as well as TDD. Check it out! Image source: http://pixabay.com/en/dike-stone-stairway-stairs-sky-389587/
It’s the “Unit Testing Economics” chapter with an insight on how we actually make decisions in the unit testing adoption process. There’s also a bonus section on the Organization Strategy in unit testing. Read more about it the “Everyday Unit Testing” blog.
This post, moved to Everyday Unit Testing for economic reasons. Check it out! Image source: http://marketingbones.com/understanding-economics/
To know what’s in it, and what’s coming next, read the “Everyday Unit Testing” blog. If you haven’t gotten your copy yet, go get it, while it’s still free. Feedback is welcome! Image source: http://pixabay.com/en/new-red-computer-icon-white-round-36994/
This post, scared by these two, moved to the Everyday Unit Testing site. Check it out!
This post was determined to move to the Everyday Unit Testing site. Check it out!
Inspired by Steven Colbert, this post has decided to move to Everyday Unit Testing. Check it out! Image source: https://www.flickr.com/photos/yodelanecdotal/3611536356/