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  • Taschenbuch: 227 Seiten
  • Verlag: Pragmatic Bookshelf; Auflage: 0002 (18. September 2007)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 0977616673
  • ISBN-13: 978-0977616671
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 19 x 1,9 x 22,9 cm
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""Using the approaches described by Dave and Andy you can reduce greatly the number of defects you put into your code. The result will be faster development of better programs. Try these techniques""--Ron Jeffries, www.XProgramming.com""Andy and Dave have created an excellent, practical and (of course) very pragmatic guide to unit-testing, illustrated with plenty of examples using the latest version of NUnit.""--Charlie Poole, NUnit framework developer""The Pragmatic Programmers have done it again with this highly useful guide. Aimed directly at C# programmers using the most popular unit-testing package for the language, it goes beyond the basics to show what you should test and how you should test it. Recommended for all .NET developers.""--Mike Gunderloy, Contributing Editor, ADT Magazine


The NIST estimates that poor testing costs the US economy $60 billion annually. This book gives teams straightforward and proven ways to introduce unit testing into their process, resulting in higher quality and fewer bugs. All over the world, software teams are using unit testing both to verify their code and as a way of helping them design better code. This book is unique in the way it covers two aspects: showing developers both how to test and helping them determine what to test. It is updated for NUnit 2.4 (.NET 2.0 and Visual Studio 2005). The features new in the second edition include: more assert methods; new String and Collection assertion support; better support for multiple-platform development; higher-level setup and teardown fixtures; a whole new chapter on extending NUnit; and, more!

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7 von 8 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Ein Kunde am 6. Dezember 2004
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Anyone writing .NET programs should read this book. It's written in a simple and straight forward style and mentions all relevant aspects and best practices for unit testing with NUnit. You'll read many statements that seem to sound perfectly clear, but which have to be considered on a day by day basis and by each team member in order to produce stable code.
I enjoyed reading this book very much. Learning can be fun.
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0 von 1 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Amin am 7. August 2013
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"Pragmatic Unit Testing in C# with Nunit" ist ein ausgezeichnetes Buch, was sich trotz der Englischen Sprache leicht lesen lässt.
Für jeden, der Unit Testen will, weiter zu empfehlen.
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24 von 25 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
Clear and concise 27. Juni 2005
Von Scott D. Duncan - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
The message of this book is: responsible developers unit test, and it's easy to do, so do it! If you're tired of reading 800 page books that should've been 200 pages, then you will find this book a refreshing change. It gets straight to the point, explaining in an easy-to-read style how to unit test .NET applications, including how to install & use the popular NUnit & NMock tools. It also explains how to design effective unit tests, and what to do in common problem situations (such as incomplete requirements). It is a great first book on unit testing for .NET, but since it is a pragmatic guide it does not cover the more esoteric, quirky issues you may run into. It also does not discuss or promote test-driven development techniques and theories. It is strictly a nuts & bolts discussion of .NET unit testing with NUnit & NMock, but if you need to be unit testing today (not next month), then this is the book to get.
45 von 55 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
Over-extended and over-rated. 24. März 2008
Von DR - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I have to respectfully disagree with all the fawning reviews. It's a chatty, drawn out, tedious read, something of an accomplishment given the fact that it's only ~200 pages long. Frankly, anything more then something like the O'Reilly Pocket Reference is overkill on this subject. NUnit is a snap to use and the freely available documentation and tutorials are more than adequate and not nearly so time-consuming to digest.

The first passage that discusses actual test coding (~20 pages or so into the book) presents a simple case where a method should accept an integer array as a parameter and return the largest element. The book then explains how this function, if it behaves properly, should perform. A series of simple test cases are discussed before we get to the real toughie for all you computer scientists out there - a data set consisting of negative integers. A test vector consisting of the array [-9,-8,-7] is passed to the method and -7 is returned. The book explains 'It might look odd, but indeed -7 is larger than -9. We're glad we straightened that out now, rather than in the debugger or in production code where it might not be so obvious.'

ARE YOU KIDDING ME?!? Just what audience was this thing written for? One would have thought that that little gem wouldn't have been necessary... but in fact that is the tone of the entire book. Expect to have your hand held in this manner throughout. If that's the sort of thing that appeals to you, you'll love this one. If, on the other hand, you're trying to learn to incorporate NUnit testing into C# development in an efficient, professional manner, save your money and time and read the NUnit docs.
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Great introduction to writing unit test in C# 30. September 2007
Von ueberhund - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This is a great introduction to writing unit tests in C# with NUnit. The authors do a good job of explaining why unit tests should be created, how having unit tests are better than not having unit tests, and what exactly should be coded for in a unit test. The book is well-written, easy to follow, and includes helpful guidelines for things that might be confusing to developers.

The real strength of this book is not the author's approach to writing unit tests, but rather they clearly illustrate what exactly should be tested in a unit test. The authors show how adhering to the guidelines they set forth results in unit tests that are well-written and fail at appropriate times. The authors then generalize this to some extent and provide an excellent discussion on the properties of a good unit test.

My favorite section of the book was actually one of the appendices. In the first appendix, the authors go through a list of gotchas--both in writing unit tests in general and specific to unit tests in C#. This is a very short discussion (only 6 pages), but they identify some issues I've seen with poorly written unit tests.

This is a great book as an introduction to writing unit tests. The authors clearly explain why unit tests should be written, they show clearly what should be tested in a unit test, and they describe some of the problems that have been avoided by writing intelligent unit tests.
9 von 10 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
Good, but missing critical elements 27. Juni 2008
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This is a decent getting started book, but it doesn't give good coverage of things such as NUnit projects or using app.config files with NUnit.

Unfortunately, this book isn't good as a stand-alone. I'll admit that it did help me get started, but it lacks so much that I can't give it more stars. A second volume that covers more advanced topics is suggested, or the next edition can add the missing parts.
5 von 6 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
Good introduction to NUnit 12. Juli 2006
Von SSC - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
I was using NUnit within an hour of reading this book. I found it very easy to read. It has helped me transition into a Test Driven Development frame of mind.

Just using NUnit to write test fixtures for existing code reveals instantly where code should be refactored due to high level of dependency. I recommend this to every .NET developer.
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