New course: Advanced Unit TestingBy Megan Russell
“Unit testing is one of those disciplines where you can learn about the concept in less than an hour, and then spend a lifetime striving for mastery. Writing a single unit test isn’t particularly difficult; writing a maintainable unit test suite, on the other hand, is difficult. During my ten years of using Test-Driven Development (TDD), I’ve been collecting many tips and tricks that make it easier to write maintainable unit tests. Some of them I’ve learned from others, but many of them, I’ve never seen described anywhere else. In this Pluralsight course, I share these techniques with you.”
You’ll find, in this course, Mark has chosen to do ‘live’ coding sessions in real time. He felt this would help with your learning and progression through the course. He has also chosen to do everything in Visual Studio in C#. Please let us know what you think. I know Mark is eager to help maximize your learning experience.
What this course has to offer:
This course teaches you various advanced techniques for making unit tests more robust and easier to maintain. It assumes that you have prior experience with unit testing. You’ll learn how to make the Arrange and Assert parts of your tests easier to read and maintain, as well as how to model unit tests to match the System Under Test, and how to make the System Under Test easier to unit test. Throughout the course you will see lots of code examples in C#. Click here to get started by going directly to the TOC. We have more courses coming this week… stay tuned.
About the Author
- New course: Unit Testing with MSTest
- New Course: Automated Web Testing with Selenium
- Video: Use Unit Test Triangulation To Build Better Code
- Meet the Author: John Sonmez on Automated Web Testing with Selenium
- Video: Test Your Unit Tests with Intellitrace
- Video: Add Browser Automation to Your Unit Tests With Selenium
- Visual Studio 2012 Update 2 Ready for Download
- New course: Web Performance and Scalability Testing
- Video: Taking Data Driven Web Testing For A Spin with Test Studio