It’s hard to start TDD and using Unit Test without a good mentor. Although writing unit tests seems simple I know I learnt a lot by having my unit tests reviewed by a seasoned TDD’er. When such a person doesn’t exist at the place of work a developer need to extend his search in order to learn how to write better code and better tests.
Roy Osherove – a well known blogger and TDD practitioner has started to post test reviews of unit tests he found “in the wild”:
I think that a software developer that write (or want to write) unit tests should see those screencasts.