Tag: TDD

SE-Radio Episode 256: Jay Fields on Working Effectively with Unit Tests

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SE-Radio Episode 256: Jay Fields on Working Effectively with Unit Tests

Stefan Tilkov talks with Jay Fields, author of the book Working Effectively with Unit Tests, about unit testing in practice. Topics include how to write good unit tests, what mistakes to avoid, and different categories of unit tests. Jay explains the value of unit tests and why you might want to delete them if you […]

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SE-Radio Episode 251: Martin Klose on Code Retreats

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SE-Radio Episode 251: Martin Klose on Code Retreats

Martin Klose talks with Eberhard Wolff about Coderetreats – events where developers practice techniques like test-driven development or refactoring in a safe environment to develop software craftsmanship. Martin talks about how Coderetreats work and why they are a great way to become a better developer. Also he explains the different types and the Global Day […]

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Episode 167: The History of JUnit and the Future of Testing with Kent Beck

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Episode 167: The History of JUnit and the Future of Testing with Kent Beck

In this episode we talk with Kent Beck about automated unit testing and JUnit.

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Episode 141: Second Life and Mono with Jim Purbrick

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Episode 141: Second Life and Mono with Jim Purbrick

In the first part of this episode we discuss a couple of basics about SecondLife (scaling, partitioning, etc). The second part specifically looks at how the dev team tackled a number of interesting problems in the context of executing their own LSL scripting language on top of Mono.

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