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A simplified and well-explained book about one of the most underestimated parts of any application life-cycle. Paperbackpages.
May 10, Glenn Edberg rated it really liked it Shelves: Test-Driven Development Chapter 1. Open Preview See a Problem?
Christopher Caplinger rated it liked it Jun 06, Coverage includes Understanding the concepts of automated tests, TDD, and unit testing Building effective automated testing workflowsChoosing the right unit testing framework for your needsWriting more modular and testable codeTesting code for both browsers and servers using Node.
Objects and Prototypal Inheritance Chapter 8. XNA Game Studio 4.
Mocking and Stubbing Chapter Even though the first word in the book is johanxen, this is primarily a book about development and not testing.
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Ivo Pletikosic rated it really liked it May 23, While TGP is just the kind of book I like – terse, to the point hest about two hundred pages of quality content, the writing style is somewhat convoluted, it fails to present bigger working examples, it rarely discusses performance aspects, and it fails to mention any form of testing.