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Test First Development - Part 1

Course Summary

This course introduces a test-first development style to build better software. We'll discuss the value of unit testing and demonstrate the red-green-refactor workflow in the design and implementation of business requirements. Using tools like NUnit and


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    Course Syllabus

    ● Introduction to Test-First Development
        ◦ Introduction
        ◦ Developer Testing
        ◦ Demo: Ye Old Way Developer's Tested
        ◦ Benefits
        ◦ Unit Testing Defined
        ◦ Testing New and Existing Code
        ◦ Unit Testing Frameworks
        ◦ How Unit Testing Frameworks Work
        ◦ Demo: Running Unit Tests
        ◦ Some .NET Unit Test Runners
        ◦ Test First Development
        ◦ Test-Driven Development
        ◦ Demo: Test-First Development
        ◦ More Test First Practices
        ◦ Final Thoughts and Summary
    ● Writing Unit Tests Part I
        ◦ Introduction
        ◦ Setting Up A Test Project
        ◦ Creating Tests
        ◦ Running Tests
        ◦ The Problem To Solve
        ◦ The First Test
        ◦ Red Green Refactor
        ◦ Making The First Test Pass
        ◦ One Logical Assert
        ◦ The Second Test
        ◦ Refactoring a Third Test
        ◦ Test Qualities
        ◦ Summary
    ● Writing Unit Tests II
        ◦ Introduction
        ◦ Test Project Organization
        ◦ Unit vs. Integration Test
        ◦ Demo: Organization and Test Setup
        ◦ xUnit Organizational Model
        ◦ Unit Test Lifecycle
        ◦ Demo: TestFixture and Categories
        ◦ Demo: Testing the Sad Path
        ◦ Demo: Asserting Yourself
        ◦ Demo: Final Project Organization
        ◦ Summary
        ◦ Introduction to Refactoring
        ◦ Introduction
        ◦ Are We Done Yet?
        ◦ Why Refactor?
        ◦ When to Refactor?
        ◦ Simple Refactorings
        ◦ Refactoring to Abstractions
        ◦ Refactoring to Design Patterns
        ◦ Implementing a Strategy
        ◦ Code Smells
        ◦ A Simple Summary
    ● Driving Design with Unit Tests
        ◦ Introduction
        ◦ Fearless Design Change
        ◦ Working with Singletons
        ◦ Demo: Testing with an Alternate Implementation
        ◦ Demo: The Problem HttpContext Brings
        ◦ Demo: Decoupling the HttpContext Dependency
        ◦ Other Design Benefits
        ◦ Summary
    ● Isolating Code
        ◦ Introduction
        ◦ Faking Out the SUT Code
        ◦ Test Doubles
        ◦ Dummies
        ◦ Stubs
        ◦ Fakes
        ◦ Spies
        ◦ Mocks
        ◦ Introducing the Application
        ◦ Code Organization
        ◦ Demo: Adding the Edit Owner View
        ◦ Demo: First Test Double
        ◦ Demo: The Need for a Stub
        ◦ Demo: Stub and Spy
        ◦ Demo: Using a Mock
        ◦ Summary

     


Course Fee:
USD 29

Course Type:

Self-Study

Course Status:

Active

Workload:

1 - 4 hours / week

This course is listed under Open Source , Development & Implementations and Quality Assurance & Testing Community

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