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Django Unit Testing with Mocks
Unit tests shouldn’t be treated like lesser code. It should be as clean as possible and don’t ever hesitate when it comes to refactoring the unit test code. It can save you a lot of trouble in the long run.
AngularJS: testing services that use $resource
when you’re writing services that interact with the backend, you may need to break your service into two services to avoid mock objects. And this is okay!
PHPUnit Essentials Book Review
PHPUnit Essentials would have come in handy while on a recent contracting gig and on all the other PHP projects I’ve worked on. The book is published by Packt Publishing who seem to be the new O’Reilly, the last book I bought from them was on AngularJS and it wasRead More
Why Proper Terminology in the Software/Web Dev Industry Matters
Terminology and jargon are part of any field and industry. They enable us to communicate with a common vocabulary which makes it quicker for us to get to the matter at hand. The nice thing about our industry is that people without computer science degrees, such as myself, can getRead More