mercoledì 15 maggio 2013

The London School of Test Driven Development

Coding Is Like Cooking : "In Classic TDD, whenever possible you check a return value or exception. If you’re testing a void method, then you usually take the second option and check state. Only if the other options are really unattractive do you ever turn to using a mock. It’s the last choice. With London School TDD, the option of using a mock is chosen much more often. You’ll still check return values or object states where that makes sense, but using a mock is often an attractive option. This is because using a mock helps you to both develop your system Outside-In, and to design your objects in an “Tell, Don’t Ask” manner."

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