Mockito

JDays 2012 - Bad Tests Good Tests - Slides

I've promised to publish the slides from my JDays 2012 presentation "Bad Tests, Good Tests", so here they are.

 

New Planned Features of Mockito And TestNG

Recently I was happy to see some new ideas discussed on Mockito and TestNG mailing lists. It is always nice to see plans for improvement, especially in such mature and features-rich projects.

 

GeeCON 2012: Bad Tests, Good Tests

Slides from my GeeCON 2012 talk "Bad Tests, Good Tests" along with the links to the technologies mentioned there.

 

Testing Newsletter - 2012/02

Summary on what happened in JVM (Java, Groovy, Scala) developers testing world in January 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!

 

A New Book On Unit Tests - Q1 2012

I'm happy to announce that my book on unit tests - Practical Unit Testing with TestNG and Mockito - will be available in Q1 2012! Stay tuned!

 

Testing Newsletter - November 2011

Summary on what happened in JVM (Java, Groovy, Scala) developers testing world in November 2011. EasyMock 3.1, JUnit Params 0.3, TestNG users survey, database testing tips and many more goodies. 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.

 
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