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Learning Hudson: Setting up to run and report Unit Test results
Category: Languages > .net      Posted: 27 Jun 09

In this episode we will continue taking a look at how to setup the Hudson build server for usage in a .net environment.

We will be taking a look at how we can use Hudson to report our Unit Tests results after each build. We will be looking at both reporting NUnit and MSTest results and wil...

Unit testing events with NUnit
Category: Languages > .net      Posted: 18 Mar 09

In this episode we will cover how to test events that are raised from an object. We will cover multiple different ways to do this.

Creating tests with NUnit
Category: Languages > .net      Posted: 18 Mar 09

In this episode we will cover the basics on how to create various unit test using the NUnit testing framework. We will also review the different Assert helper classes that are part of the testing framework.

Overview on NUnit's Attributes
Category: Languages > .net      Posted: 18 Mar 09

In this episode we will learn how to use some of the different attributes that are built into the NUnit testing framework.

The attributes we will review are:

  • Test
  • TestFixtureSetup
  • TestFixtureTeardown
  • Setup
  • Teardown
  • Ignore
  • Explicit
  • ExpectedException...

  • The Next Step in Unit Testing and Java & SOA
    Category: Languages > Java      Posted: 04 Feb 09

    Java developers have widely adopted test first software development strategies. Unit test frameworks for Java, Web services, Ajax, REST, Service Oriented Architecture, and Flash/Action Script show the diversity of adoption among Java developers. In this session, Frank will take Java developers throug...

    A Ruby/Watir framework that object models your AUT and uses Rspec Story Runner
    Category: Languages > Ruby      Posted: 04 Feb 09

    Aidy Lewis will give a talk on a Ruby Watir framework that object models your AUT and uses Rspec Story Runner

    Javascript Testing
    Category: Web Development > Javascript      Posted: 04 Feb 09

    In this talk, Chris O'Sullivan introduces the issues he saw with his Rails development, Javascript, and how there is very limited testing. Chris introduces the changes that need to made before beginning Javascript testing (mainly that you don't view javascript as a necessary evil) and how you set up ...

    The Next Step in Unit Testing and Java & SOA
    Category: Languages > Java      Posted: 04 Feb 09

    Java developers have widely adopted test first software development strategies. Unit test frameworks for Java, Web services, Ajax, REST, Service Oriented Architecture, and Flash/Action Script show the diversity of adoption among Java developers. In this session, Frank will take Java developers throug...

    Practical Unit Testing in JavaScript
    Category: Languages > Java      Posted: 04 Feb 09

    At this London JavaScript Meetup, Michael Mathews will talk about Unit Testing in JavaScript. Creating unit tests in JavaScript is easier than you probably think and will make the job of building and debugging your application faster, easier and more reliable. This talk will include a short introduc...

    Hakan Erdogmus on TDD Misunderstandings and Adoption Issues
    Category: Languages > Testing      Posted: 10 Aug 08

    In this interview made during Agile 2007, Dr. Hakan Erdogmus, Editor in Chief of IEEE Software, discusses about TDD starting from a study done by Ron J...

    Overview on how to use NUnit
    Category: Languages > .net      Posted: 16 Jun 08

    This screencast is an introduction to NUnit as well as a brief overview of testing with NUnit. In this episode you will learn the following

  • Use the NUnit IDE
  • Create simple tests with NUnit
  • Debug a test via the VS IDE

  • Steve Freeman On TDD: How Do We Know When We’re Done?
    Category: Languages > Testing      Posted: 05 Jun 08

    Writing a test makes you clarify your ideas about what needs to be done, and making the test pass means that you know that you've added a little more f...