Something which I've noticed over the last few
projects that I've worked on is that at the beginning when I don't know
very much at all about the code...
0 replies - 4154 views - 11/09/09 by Mark Needham in Articles
I used to be strongly opposed to this idea but I started changing my mind recently. Here is what happened.
Production and test code can be...
7 replies - 5553 views - 11/09/09 by Cedric Beust in Articles
I was surprised to see how many hidden and undocumented features Junit
has. In the new release (4.7) you have access to a lot of interesting
stuff (still in...
1 replies - 8217 views - 11/06/09 by Mathieu Carbou in Articles
Mockito expands its impressive feature set with release 1.8.I was once a happy EasyMock user. If asked, I think I would have even questioned the need for a new...
1 replies - 10623 views - 11/03/09 by Barry Fitzgerald in Articles
We design our code for performance, maintenance, simplicity,
extensibility and other goals, but most of us do not think about
testability as a design...
0 replies - 7126 views - 10/16/09 by Nitin Bharti in Videos
Scala has made a name for itself recently with the announcement in April that Twitter was in the process of converting their back-end from Ruby to Scala. The...
0 replies - 8102 views - 10/13/09 by Mitch Pronschinske in News
According to a recent scientific study,
using TDD increases development (coding) time by 15-30%, but results in
40-90% fewer defects. This study was done...
10 replies - 5320 views - 10/12/09 by John Ferguson Smart in Articles
It has been a week since I started using Infinitest while working on FEST-Assert. I’m very pleased with the results, to the point that I’m getting addicted...
0 replies - 4411 views - 10/06/09 by Alex Ruiz in Articles
A lot of people have been asking me lately,
what is the cost of testing, so I decided, that I will try to measure
it, to dispel the myth that testing...
8 replies - 4717 views - 10/02/09 by Misko Hevery in Articles
Joel tells the story of The Duct Tape Programmer, and Uncle Bob offers his response.
Now these are two pretty smart guys who know a lot about...
12 replies - 7370 views - 09/27/09 by Kirk Knoernschild in Articles
This week I will discuss various approaches to testing JPA code.The first question to ask is: what code do we want to test? Two
kinds of objects are involved...
8 replies - 11155 views - 09/21/09 by Vincent Partington in Articles
Today hello2morrow released version 5.0 of their Java
architecture management solution SonarJ. The new release
comes with a couple of major new features and...
0 replies - 3051 views - 09/18/09 by Justin Sargent in News
Often I have got complaints from developers that I work with that
their unit tests are prone to breakages, or they don’t like writing
unit tests because...
0 replies - 3785 views - 09/18/09 by Shyam Seshadri in Articles
Recently DZone released the Selenium Refcard, written by Frank Cohen. Selenium seems like a vital tool for test driven development of web applications. I spoke...
0 replies - 6418 views - 09/11/09 by James Sugrue in Articles
I would like to make an analogy between
building software and building a car. I know it is imperfect one, as
one is about design and the other is about...
2 replies - 4223 views - 09/03/09 by Misko Hevery in Articles