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Good Unit Tests VS Bad Unit Tests (with C# and NUnit Examples)

In this post, I describe the difference between good and bad unit tests based on some examples created in C# using the NUnit unit testing framework.For these examples, test cases are created based on the following code unit (download example

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The AAA Test Pattern explained with C# and NUnit

Patterns enable code quality also for unit tests. Using the same structure in all of your tests saves most of your time in unit testing on the long run, by helping you and others easily understand the content of test

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A Checklist for Assessing the Quality of your Unit Tests

In this post, I present a checklist that you can use to assess the quality of your unit tests (regardless of the used language or unit testing framework). The checklist is thereby divided into three parts. The Test Suite checklist

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Models – theory vs. reality

In a previous article, I have discussed the power of models in software engineering. In theory, using models solves the most fundamental problem in software engineering: the communication between business (e.g. client, project manager, business developer) and engineering (e.g. developers,

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C/C++ under Windows – Free alternatives part 1

If you develop under Windows with C/C++ you do not necessarily have to use Microsoft Visual Studio. This blog series shows alternatives based on free software and available for all operating systems. This can be an advantage if a team

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