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Episode 7 - Survivors

7th episode – one more than Star Wars, and quality-wise it’s 7-3 for us!

This time we start with Paul W Homer’s response to our last cast (see, we actually respond!). We talk about why Rocky Lhotka moved from using NUnit to MSTest. We then pick on Mark Striebeck from Google on the usefulness of a unit test(via Luca Minudel), and on the Test Mercenaries (viaGojko Adzic).

We then talk about “Only mock types you own”, as interpreted by Liz Douglas and Mark Needham(the article they refer to is “Mock Roles, Not Objects”). And we end the show on time (like George Lucas should have) with how to run an agile project with manual testing, by David Babicz.

Please leave us comments, and/or send us emails (love, not hate, we find the love ones easy to digest) on webcast@typemock.com. And spread the word, we like a big audience.

 

 

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