Posts Tagged: beginners

The woes of multithreaded design – How to find deadlock using Typemock Racer

I came across an article on Dr’ Dobb’s I’d like to share called The woes of multithreaded design. The amazing thing is that although the article was published at 1997 (11 years ago) the problem ...

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Writing Testable Code

A common problem that most beginners in the TDD world have is how to define a unit test. Although seems like a (very) simple task – writing a good unit test is not that simple. ...

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Automated Unit Tests in my life – Part 6

Should ability of testing affect the design of the production code? The tests code should be same high quality as implementation code. But what if the development code should be changed in order to be ...

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Automated Tests in my life – part 5

Relieve a stress A question… Is it familiar situation when you wrote a quality code according to the requirements and then you were told that you did not understand the requirements?Bad feeling, a? I made ...

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Automated Unit Tests in my life – Part 4

Test Driven Development and Automated Tests advantages Later I tried to figure out what can be improved by coding in a “new style”.So these are some of my conclusions:1) When you develop with tests first, ...

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Automated Unit Tests in my life – Part 3

Part 3. Work or play? The World before Let’s think about our working cycle. I am not sure about you but… here how my working style looked before: 1) Wrote the code, which is a ...

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Automated Unit Tests in my life – Part 2

Part 2. First experience A day later I began to like it… And you know why?Here are the first things I liked about automated unit tests and the Test Driven:First of all – I realized ...

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Automated Unit tests in my life – beginning

Introduction This is an article of a software developer, who decided to share some knowledge and experience in automated unit tests. I think this one can help in everyday work of people like us.This is ...

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