Unit testing is (or at least should be) an integral part of every software project.Why? Running your unit tests after changing your code gives you the security to know whether (and how much) you broke some unintended parts of your
Thinking about positive and negative execution cases for your system, and then specifying them to an extent that they can be implemented requries quite a lot of cognitive work.And after you’ve done that, the tedious tasks start.You have to set
Unit testing often involves a lot of tedious, repetitive work that takes a lot of your time that could be spent on something more meaningful and fun (like adding actual functionality to your code). On the other side, the value
Unit Testing is hard.First, you have to think about what you want to test, how to test it, and then write code for it.While writing code for your test cases, you also have to stick to patterns and clean code
ISTQB (I don’t want to bother you with the full name – you know what I mean anyways) offers a wide range of standardized education in software quality, and software testing in particular, for everyone.In other words, you can learn
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