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How to write kick-ass Unittests

December 17th, 2009 • 1 Comment

It doesn’t mater which programming language you are using Java, Python, or something else. Writing cool kick-ass Unittests is a must. So here are some thoughts and Ideas:

Next to this I would encourage all developers to use Agile development methodologies like Scrum or similar. And also: please tweet and blog to give your users an insight of what is going on with your product/software.

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