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The article details the process of unit testing and intregration using Extrement Programming and .NET.
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Date Added to MERLOT: March 30, 2003
Date Modified in MERLOT: May 03, 2007
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Submitter: Matt Smith

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Avatar for Benjamin Rice
10 years ago

Benjamin Rice (Student)

I thoroughly enjoyed reading this article. I spent about 15 minutes reading it
and was interested through its entirety. Testing has always been in issue in
the organizations I?ve worked in, and this article details not only a framework,
but example implementation as well. Though I?ve never worked with .NET, the
ideas presented can easily be transposed to almost any objected oriented
language. This is a good read for anyone concerned about testing, whether they
are extreme programming or not.
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Avatar for Matt Smith
12 years ago

Matt Smith (Student)

I found this article to be an interesting read, but it is not an indepth how-to
type article. It does reinforce important points such as developig test cases
before coding so it does have useful information.
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