I’ve given my Unit Testing 101 talk several times in the past month or two. I really love this talk because it’s fun to give and it’s obviously something I’m more than a little passionate about. It’s also a lot of fun because, unlike the majority of my talks, I’m spending the majority of the talk writing code. I don’t get to do that anywhere near enough in my day job, so it’s a kick to go do it while gabbing with community hommies!
- NUnit – the test framework I wrote all the tests in
- Rhino.Mocks – the framework I demonstrated for mocking out dependencies
- ReSharper – Gives me a test runner, quick templates, and scads of other goodies
- CodeRush – Another productivity tool for a runner and tons of other joy
- AutoHotkey – Enables the next tool
- JP Boodhoo’s BDD AutoHotKey script – makes it easy to write test_cases_with_underscores
References I mentioned at the end of my talk:
- Roy Osherove’s Art of Unit Testing
- Bob Martin’s Agile Patterns and Practices in C#
- Andy Hunt and Dave Thomas’s Pragmatic Unit Testing in C#
Thanks to everyone who attended my talks, particularly the great folks at MIGANG – that’s one of the best interactive audiences I’ve had in years!