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Testing Newsletter - 2012/03

Summary on what happened in JVM (Java, Groovy, Scala) developers testing world in February 2012. Links to the most interesting articles and blog posts. News from JUnit, TestNG, Mockito, Selenium, Arquillian, mutation testing and many more. Enjoy!

 

Testing Newsletter - 2012/01

Summary on what happened in JVM (Java, Groovy, Scala) developers testing world in December 2011. News from JUnit, TestNG, Mockito, Selenium, Arquillian, mutation testing and many more. Also links to some good articles and blog posts. Enjoy!

 

Testing Newsletter - October 2011

Summary on what happened in JVM (Java, Groovy, Scala) developers testing world in October 2011. Byteman tutorial, Cargo 1.1.3, Selenium 2.9, links to the best articles and blog posts from the last month. Enjoy!

 

Testing Newsletter - September 2011

Summary on what happened in JVM (Java, Groovy, Scala) developers testing world in September 2011. News from JUnit, TestNG, Selenium, mocking frameworks, Arquillian and many more. Also links to some good articles and blog posts. Enjoy!

 

Developers' Testing Dilemma: Aim for Verification or Design?

Few notes on two approaches to testing. Some people seem to be more interested in verification, others aim for better design.

 

"Untestable" code - JMockit

This is a part of "Untestable code" series. See the introduction to know what is it all about (yes, you really should go there, do it).

The main idea of the series is to write unit-tests for a particularly nasty piece of code. In this part I will use JMockit library to write test cases.

 

Untestable Code - introduction

This is the first part of series of posts dedicated to the problems of unit-testing of some "untestable" code.

Sometimes, (more often than I'm ready to admit), I stumble over a piece of code which makes me doubt completely in my testing skills and sometimes even in unit testing in general. I've spend a lot of time trying to deal with such a "untestable" code. In this series of posts I'm gonna show you what I've learned.

 
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