This is the final post in my series about unit testing anti-patterns. This one is about non-determinism in tests.
My new training course Domain-Driven Design: Working with Legacy Projects went live.
Good news everyone! NHibernate 5.1 is released with the support of .NET Core 2.0 and .NET Standard 2.0.
I was asked a question recently which I find quite interesting. It is actually a part of a code review request (which I’ll cover next week) but I decided to elevate it to its own blog post.
To TDD or not to TDD? Is this question even relevant or maybe it’s enough to just write tests, no matter before the code or afterward? Let’s see.
This news went mostly unnoticed but that’s actually a big one, at least for those of us who uses NHibernate as their primary ORM: NHibernate 5 now supports async IO bound operations.