- Unit and Integration Tests
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We all know we should write unit tests. But, it's hard to know where to start and how much time to devote to tests compared to actual implementation. So, where to start? And is it just about testing…
We neglected unit tests for a long time because our code base made them difficult. But now we're putting in the work to change that.
The second axis is the fraction of the code which gets exercised, potentially indirectly, by the test. Does the test exercise only the business logic module, or is the database API and the HTTP…
«The first axis of classification is, broadly speaking, performance. “How much time would a thousand of similar tests take?”»
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Let's Reconsider That A Set of Unit Testing Rules by Michael Feathers September 9, 2005 Summary Don't let slow tests bog you down. Teams that adopt agile practices often adopt Test Driven Development…
The importance of testing in modern software development is really hard to overstate. Delivering a successful product is not something you do once and forget about but is rather a continuous recurring…
The standard techniques of good development can lead you astray if you don’t adjust them for unit tests.
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When I took my first real dev job in the late 90s, it was not common for developers to write their own automated tests. Instead, large companies depended on teams of testers, who tested manually, or…
Mike Bland explains how to create a unit-testing culture in an organization with the example of his experience at Google. Such a culture could have prevented bugs like goto fail and heartbleed
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