Seeing as I’m on a bit of a run of posts about testing, let’s look at it from a slightly different angle.
Testing the Test
If we’re going to rely on automated tests to verify that our code (still) works then we need to have confidence that the tests themselves actually work.
Writing the Test First
This is why it is helpful to write and run the tests first. When you start developing a…
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