Andy Hunt and Dave Thomas with Matt Hargett
Pragmatic programmers use feedback to drive their development and personal processes. The most valuable feedback you can get while coding comes from unit testing. Now in it’s second edition, Pragmatic Unit Testing in C# with NUnit, 2nd Ed. will show you how to do software unit testing, of course, but more importantly will show you what to test.
New for the Second Edition:
- Updated for NUnit 2.4 (C#, .NET 2.0, Visual Studio 2005, and Mono)
- More NUnit assert methods
- New String and Collection assertion support
- Better support for multiple-platform development (Mono and .NET)
- Higher-level setup and teardown fixtures
- …and more!
Without good tests in place, coding can become a frustrating game of “whack-a-mole.” That’s the carnival game where the player strikes at a mechanical mole; it retreats and another mole pops up on the opposite side of the field. The moles pop up and down so fast that you end up flailing your mallet helplessly as the moles continue to pop up where you least expect them. You need automated testing and regression testing to keep the moles from popping up.
"Using the approaches described by Dave and Andy you can reduce greatly the number of defects you put into your code. The result will be faster development of better programs. Try these techniques"
–Ron Jeffries, www.XProgramming.com
- Full details: https://pragprog.com/book/utc2/pragmatic-unit-testing-in-c-with-nunit
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