Test-Driven Development by Example is enough introduction to start one working in code by writing tests first. This book goes into just enough detail for a coder to build quality code with confidence – by ensuring the quality is in the code to start!
A well-written book that takes novice or intermediate unit-testers to a higher level.
This post has been superseded; a newer one is available covering NCover 5. There’s still useful background information here, but go to the newer post for up-to-date application coverage. Introduction This series has carried on for a while now. In the process, I’ve covered setting up and organizing a Subversion repository for code versioning, using […]
In keeping with my ongoing series of .NET development practices, I have written an introductory article on unit testing code with NUnit.