Pragmatic Unit Testing Pluralsight course
My new course Building a Pragmatic Unit Test Suite for Pluralsight went live.
Building a Pragmatic Unit Test Suite
Unit testing can be applied differently. Like many other things in programming, there are a lot of ways to mess up with it. It’s important to differentiate unit testing techniques that help bring confidence in your code base correctness from techniques that can potentially have a devastating effect on your entire test suite. In this course, I aim at showing how to do that.
What makes a test valuable
Various types of coverage metrics and why they are not enough to measure test suite quality
Styles of unit testing and areas of their application
When to use mocks
Unit testing anti-patterns
Two of the six modules are devoted to a grand refactoring project where I show an in-depth use case of applying the guidelines described in the course in practice. As usual, there are "before" and "after" versions of the same code base, and a comparison of the two.
The sample project is built using Visual Studio 2015, C# 6, SQL Server, and Moq.
You can watch the course here: link.
If you need a trial access to Pluralsight (30 days unlimited access), write me an email and I’ll send you a code.
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