In the past year or so, I've spent more time than not trying to
find really good "agile testers" to hire. In this search, I have also
4 replies - 8159 views - 08/30/11 by Dawn Cannan in News
My favorite feature in the JUnit are Rules.
With Rules you can manipulate the execution of your test, by wrapping
your own code around the test execution. I...
0 replies - 3225 views - 08/29/11 by Jens Schauder in Articles
Here are a few items I try to respect every time I write unit tests.
My test class is testing one and only one classMy methods are testing one and only one...
17 replies - 7717 views - 08/19/11 by Jean-baptiste Rieu in Articles
I'm an avid subscriber of the delightful weekly (sometimes) Python-URL!
email, highlighting the past week's interesting discussions across the
1 replies - 8319 views - 08/18/11 by Michael Mccandless in News
I’ve recently introduced here DbUnit Express,
a wrapper around DbUnit intended to get you started with testing
DB-related code in no time, and now...
3 replies - 4454 views - 08/08/11 by Jakub Holý in Articles
This article shows *one* way to mock the JMS infrastructure in a
Spring JMS application. This allows us to test our JMS infrastructure
2 replies - 7471 views - 08/04/11 by Marco Tedone in Articles
In a recent article I described how important I consider the practice of Testing, especially in the form of TDD.
Erik made a real good comment on that...
3 replies - 3858 views - 08/02/11 by Jens Schauder in Articles
Every time I have to use EasyMock, I get annoyed. For those who don’t
know EasyMock, it is a mocking framework that allows you to mock
certain pieces of...
0 replies - 5006 views - 07/29/11 by Jelle Victoor in Articles
is my wrapper around DbUnit that intends to make it extremely easy to
set up a test of a code that interacts with a database. It is...
0 replies - 4669 views - 07/28/11 by Jakub Holý in Articles
Twice this week people challenged my belief in automated testing and
Test Driven Development. The argument that was brought forward was
simply: Unit tests...
6 replies - 5971 views - 07/25/11 by Jens Schauder in Articles
Some time ago David Saff announced a beta release of JUnit 4.9. So I guess it is a good point in time to look into what is new in this version.
One of the...
0 replies - 46463 views - 07/25/11 by Jens Schauder in Articles
In development teams, there is often discussion about using the @Ignore tag for failing tests.
In particular, developers who are very enthusiastic about...
4 replies - 4034 views - 07/25/11 by Michael Schnell in Articles
Most teams have High-Level Tests in what they call Functional Tests,
Integration Tests, End-to-End Tests, Smoke Tests, User Tests, or
1 replies - 3953 views - 07/20/11 by Jay Fields in Articles
Did you ever have the problem that you only wanted to run certain unit tests from a directory in JUnit?
For example you might want to run fast running...
2 replies - 1999 views - 07/20/11 by Christof Schoell in Announcements
In part one,
I showed how to unit test a method that uses a Singleton and makes
static calls. So now, let's have a look at common code problems we find...
2 replies - 3138 views - 07/19/11 by Sandro Mancuso in Articles