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Specifying Custom NUnit Runner in MonoDevelop

I just discovered that the NUnit Add-In in MonoDevelop has a nice although undocumented feature: you can specify a custom test runner in the .csproj file, either as an executable or as a type. 141 more words


A Selenium multi-browser NUnit prototype generic tester.

In this short article I would like to present to you the source code of a simple prototype generic tester which is based on NUnit and Selenium frameworks. 459 more words


New Requirement! - C# Developer – WCF - flexibility in working from home!! - Bucks, Perm

Skills: C# Developer – WCF – developing desktop applications NOT Web. My client based in Milton Keynes are looking for C# Developer with 4-5 years experience in C#, development utilizing MVVM patterns, Unit testing with NUnit/MS test – highly desirable, SQL Server Development, Unit Testing Mocking Frameworks – highly desirable, with strong communication skills. 220 more words


Testing an Enterprise Library Data Layer

Are you crazy??  You can’t write tests around that!…

I ran into some code that had all of the elements of the method below, though it was tightly knit into some business logic that had a bug in it.  

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NUnit–Possibly the greatest unit testing framework ever!!!

First, I would like to thank Charlie Pool, Jordon Terrell and Simone Busoli for blessing the general masses with the NUnit testing framework. I’m a proponent of automated unit testing. 643 more words

Software Development

Continuous Delivery (CD) Driven .NET Development Part 2 – Automated Acceptance Tests

In the CD, we run automated acceptance tests to verify whether our software meet user requirements. The automated tests will be run every time we make changes in our software; source codes, configuration or resource file changes etc. 1,831 more words

Test Driven Development

Tutorial: Selenium Part 3 - Page Object Model

In this tutorial I am going to show you how to implement the Page Object Model (POM) design pattern into your automation project. This is aimed at a beginner level. 736 more words