I’m continuing the series about creating a unit testing strategy on Everyday Unit Testing. This time it’s about code preparations and actually writing the tests. Check it out!
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I’m continuing the series about creating a unit testing strategy on Everyday Unit Testing. This time it’s about design constraints. Check it out!
New post on Everyday Unit Testing on the other, not so known roles of tests. Enjoy!
My new article about refactoring before testing is published on DZone. Enjoy!
I’ve added a new post in the series of Testing Economics on “Everyday Unit Testing”. Go check it out.
I’ve decided to start moving unit testing material to my book’s site EverydayUnitTesting.com. I’ll be linking to it from here, but most of the material I’ll continue to write here is about agile and lean. The first item is about the “Deceptive Cost of Writing Tests”. While you’re there, get the book! Speaking of testing,
In one month, I’m returning to Belgium Testing Days. It’s going to be a full week of work and learning. If last time is an indication, it’s going to be awesome, organized impeccably and a good place to learn about software development and testing. That’s for everyone, of course. Now, if you want to stick
The post, somewhat possessed, now appears on the Everyday Unit Testing site. Check it out!
The post, somewhat red, somewhat green, now appears on the Everyday Unit Testing site. Check it out!
My new article “Testing Economics” is now on StickyMinds. It’s based on my Testing Economics presentation. Now if you’ve missed it at NDC London, there’s still hope! I’m going to give the session at the Clean Code Alliance group on Feb 5th. Go ahead and register here. (I’ll possibly give this talk in other venues,