Last month I facilitated the first internal Coderetreat at my company. Coderetreat1 is a day-long training for programmers that focuses on clean code and simple design. Even though it’s one of the best possible trainings for a professional developer, it’s still not very popular amongst software companies. Let me show you how one training day […]

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At last! Thank for your patience! Thank you for mocking and writing good tests with us. We are proud of this release for several reasons: Mockito 2 marks an achievement as a non-funded open source software (OSS) project. As you know OSS contribution is always a demanding task, and private life matters like health, family, […]

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This article introducing test-driven development is the first in a series of articles on unit testing where I will work through examples and explore various aspects of the craft. The code associated with this article can be found on GitHub. Future and past installments can be found in The Librarian Archive. I will try to implement a few […]

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By Sandro Mancuso – this article was originally published over at the Codurance blog What should my first test be? What should I test next? These are common questions that I’m asked over and over again. I quite often ask these questions myself. Deciding on what to test is hard. Deciding on the order that things […]

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