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Jan 30 2008   1:20PM GMT

Good manners: Unit test syntax and semantics



Posted by: YuvalShavit
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.NET application testing and security

Microsoft MVP Roy Osherove is at work on a book about the art of unit testing. It is interesting to read his site as his thinking evolves and his book moves to completion.

For an example, see a recent post concerning unit testing semantics and syntax. Osherove says he sees a trend that accompanies greater use of Domain Specific Languages (DSLs), in which developers create more readable syntaxes for tests and specifications.

Osherove asks for input and notes that consistent naming conventions for unit tests are still something people are striving to achieve. Learning and relearning test-related languages seems to come with the territory. What do you think?

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