Announcing Book: Writing Maintainable Unit TestsJuly 15, 2020
I’m very happy to announce that the first draft of my book Writing Maintainable Unit Tests has been published on LeanPub. It’s the written counterpart of my video course, with some significant revisions as well as additional content and examples.
The book currently contains the first three chapters. I’m still working on the final two chapters which I expect to be finished somewhere in autumn.
The book, as well as the video course, is my attempt to teach software developers how to write maintainable and readable unit tests. Have a look at the table of contents and let me know what you think. All feedback is very much appreciated.
If you and your team want to learn more about how to write maintainable unit tests and get the most out of TDD practices, make sure to have look at our trainings and workshops or checkout the books section. Feel free to reach out at email@example.com.
Jan Van Ryswyck
Thank you for visiting my blog. I’m a professional software developer since Y2K. A blogger since Y2K+5. Provider of training and coaching in XP practices. Curator of the Awesome Talks list. Past organizer of the European Virtual ALT.NET meetings. Thinking and learning about all kinds of technologies since forever.
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Thank you for visiting my website. I’m a professional software developer since Y2K. A blogger since Y2K+5. Author of written words. Provider of training and coaching in XP practices. Curator of the Awesome Talks list. Past organizer of the European Virtual ALT.NET meetings. Thinking and learning about all kinds of technologies since forever.