Unit Testing Points of View
Last updated on 2015-03-20
About the Book
The shared desire is simple: write tests that improve software.
Despite this desire, each of the authors of Unit Testing Points of View approaches testing in a notably different way. This book provides a common domain and details how each author would go about testing it in the way they find most effective. You'll find examples of:
- An approach to Unit Testing focused on readability & concision.
- An approach to Unit Testing focused on characterization tests.
- An approach to Unit Testing focused on top-down or bottom-up testing & readable tests.
The authors are friends, but far too opinionated to pull punches when it comes to discussing testing. Within this book you're sure to find opinions you can relate to. We also hope you'll gain a deeper understanding of what motivates people to take a contrasting approach. The overarching goal of the book is to provide three reference testing styles; providing the reader with multiple points of view and reference material a reader can point at to describe their preferred approach
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