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Writing Cleaner Tests
- Presentation speakers
“So you understand Test Driven Development now, you have crossed the entryway from newbie in Agile land to a competent developer. Now you find new experiences:
- When you come back to tests after a few weeks or a month it is difficult to understand what they are doing.
- When you change code in one section of your program, there is a ripple effect through your test code, even within modules that should be unaffected.
- Your tests seem brittle which you normally solve by just running them again.
This workshop will discuss methods for making your tests more readable, via tools such as Hamcrest and BDD Spec style frameworks. And it will demonstrate the benefits of using mocking frameworks, such as Mockito, to test in isolation to improve the durability of your tests.