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Using Groovy & Spock to Develop Tests as Assets not Afterthoughts
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| by Brian Westrich on Dec 18, 2015 |
01:31:27

Summary
Brian Westrich shows examples of testing anti-patterns, including redundant testing, white box testing, and using the wrong type of test double. All examples are in Groovy and Spock. Example source code and a Test Driven Development crib sheet are also provided to help you and your teammates write tests that are truly assets of your project.

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