Wrap-up1:17 with Jeremy McLain
This course on unit testing is finished, but there's always more to learn!
Wow! 0:01 Who knew that testing was such a big an interesting topic. 0:01 This has just been an introduction. 0:05 We saw some examples of how to use the xUnit.net framework to write unit tests. 0:07 There's actually a lot more to xUnit than we've been able to cover here. 0:12 You've learned the basics in this course, but I encourage you to learn more about it 0:16 to see how it can help improve your unit testing experience. 0:21 Using all of the features of a great framework, like xUnit, can greatly reduce 0:25 the amount of time and effort spent writing and maintaining your tests. 0:29 You can further expand your tool set by using a mock framework, 0:34 code coverage tools, and more advanced test runners. 0:38 As we've seen, unit testing is just 0:42 one step in the process of creating high quality bug free software. 0:44 As a developer, it may be the most effective tool in your tool belt. 0:49 It takes a bit of time to do, but time spent unit testing always pays off. 0:53 With test driven development, 0:58 we've seen that testing doesn't have to be a distraction from writing code. 0:59 It can actually help us to write correct code so 1:03 that we can move forward with confidence. 1:06 In my experience, writing unit tests can be both challenging and fun. 1:09 I hope you've enjoyed this course. 1:13 Until next time, happy testing. 1:15
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