I believe in automated testing. Not only to check that my program works but although as specifications and documentation for my application. When an acceptance test… 435 more words
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Refactor means change the implementation without changing the functionality.
Idea is that changing both at the same time is complex and error prone.
Check out Martin Fowler’s… 20 more words
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Learning and Improving as a Craftsman Developer
In the previous two posts I discussed mostly about the philosophy and attitude of developing with testing.
In this post I give some tips and tools examples for testing. 802 more words
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Java Ninja Chronicles By Norris Shelton, Jr
I have a normal Spring-enabled project arranged as a Maven project. There were already JUnit tests in the project, along with the requisite Spring configuration. 1,287 more words
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Before I can proceed on in the Life Through A Lens series of blog posts, I thought I would cover something that has been somewhat of a bug bear of mine since I started working on the Sitecore platform, this is Unit Testing. 1,591 more words
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I’ve just finished my second read-through of Test Driven Development by Kent Beck (thank you to Austin at Pivotal for loaning it to me!). Even on the second read, I must liken my experience of reading it to that of watching this lightsaber battle: 640 more words
This is the second post of the series about testing.
In the first part I explained about the mindset we need to have while developing with tests. 833 more words
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