In the previous post I’ve explained (briefly) what are fake objects and why they should be used – if you haven’t read it yet – I suggest you do so now. In a nutshell fake objects are used to break dependencies in unit tests to make the test faster, predictable and enable you to test … Continue reading Getting started with Fake Objects – Part 2: How to create a fake object
I’ve talked about this post during the recording of the latest This Week In Testing episode (soon to be available). It is well written post by the blog owner - Derek Hatchar that explains his take of the skill a developer need to have in order to survive in this highly competitive work – read … Continue reading Survival Skills for Developers
If you’ve been developing software for a few years you might have noticed an increase in the need of parallel programming and it’s no wonder in these day and time when most computers have at least 2 cores that can run two actions at the same time. Along with the need comes the solution - … Continue reading Best multi threaded programming tool ever!
If you’ve been writing unit tests for a short while you might have noticed that writing good unit tests is hard. The object under test can be hard to create because it require dependencies that you just cannot provide or some complicated environment is needed just to make the test pass. When writing a unit … Continue reading Getting started with Fake Objects – Part 1: why fake is better then mock
It is always nice to hear when a fellow developer succeeds and what makes these posts even better is the fact that they also contain valuable tips as well. Lessons learned from an Agile project (David Tchepak): Dave^2 writes about an agile project he’s been part of for the last 18 months - and he … Continue reading Links: Being Successful with Agile and unit testing
I’ve been using TeamCity for some time now and I love it - It’s easy to install and use. TeamCity can also run unit tests using several test frameworks and collects data about the tests runs as long as you’re using one of the supported build scripts (e.c. NAnt or MSBuild) – from how many … Continue reading How to collect NUnit test results in TeamCity