Posts Tagged ‘TDD’

Python Test Cases and Test Suites

Python Test Cases and Test Suites Unit testing revolves around the test case, which is the smallest building block of testable code for any circumstances that you’re testing. When you’re using PyUnit, a test case is a simple object with at least one test method that runs code; and when it’s done, it then compares […]

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Software Testing Terminology

Testing Terminology As with many different aspects in programming, testing disciplines have their own unique vocabulary. However, because of the number of terms, the barrier to entry is high and can scare new developers. This section is intended to get the reader up to speed on some common terms that will be used throughout the […]

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Testing ASP.NET WebForms

ASP.NET WebForms ASP.NET WebForms was released as part of the .NET platform in 2002. The release was a major milestone for developers all over the world, allowing them to produce more powerful web applications using the new C# language and Visual Studio.NET. One of the key advantages to ASP.NET was being able to quickly develop […]

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Design and Test Driven Development

Design and Test Driven Development TDD is not about testing; it’s more of a design technique. But how can writing tests before you write the code encourage a good design? Simply taking the time to stop and think before you write code can have a huge impact on the design of a system. This leads […]

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