From the cashing-in-on-ITunes-4.9-hype department, the first podcast in ages.
This time, first of two parts on testing and JUnit. Random apologetic waffle and some announcements at the beginning, main content begins 8 minutes in.
Main thing is, much much less processing and upfront planning so as to just get more of these things out. So if it sounds a bit, err, “spontaneous”, do not adjust your ipod.
Testing and JUnit
- Lightning-fast overview of JUnit (if lightning took long winding tangents).
- A shared universe of test objects – related to test fixtures, ObjectMother, Domain-Driven Design, personae.
- Testing subclasses – Liskov Substitutability Principle, super.setup() problem
- Test suites and time for running all tests
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