I got an email asking why I have decided to self-publish rather than go to some big name like O'Reilly. Here are the reasons:
The slides from my short talk about JUnit and TestNG on 18 April 2013, BrighTalks.
To view the presentation click here.
A simple code kata - "Pager" - which could be used by those who try to learn programming, and especially for TDD beginners.
Oh, a failed test again! And not on your local machine but on the CI server! What to do, oh, what to do?!
During one of my conference talks I got an interesting question: "why do you prefer to test exceptions using catch-exception library instead of using ExpectedException Rule of JUnit?". This is a good question, so let me answer.
I have just returned from 33rd Degree 2013 conference. And I'm very happy I've been there!
Should you put comments in your tests code? Yes? No? Why?
My blog was quiet recently and for a good reason. The thing is that am working on a new book. Well, on two books, or maybe rather one and a half book. ;) Ok, here is the story.
Mutation testing - once a academic toy and today a new trend in testing. Let us hear what Henry Coles, author of the PIT Mutation Testing tool, has to say about its development.