[Download Now] Mosh Hamedani – Unit Testing for C Developers

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[Download Now] Mosh Hamedani – Unit Testing for C Developers


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You make a simple change to the code and suddenly realize that you have created a bunch of bugs. Sound familiar? You are not alone.

Unit testing can make this a thing of the past.

You are interested in learning more about automated or unit testing.

Maybe you tried to learn it and ended up with fat and fragile tests that slowed you down.

You need a course that will teach you everything you need to know about this essential skill, from the basics right through to mastery level.

What is unit testing?

It is the practice of writing code to test and then running those tests in an automated fashion.

Why learn unit testing?

Why do you write extra code? Wouldn’t it take more time to write? Is that going to slow you down? Why don’t you just run the application and test it?

Lots of people make the mistake of thinking like this. I used to make it myself. I had to learn the hard way.

If you are building a complex application or working on a legacy app, it takes a lot of time to manually test all the functions.

The cost of manual testing increases as your application grows. You never know if you have tested all the edge cases. You never know if your code will work until you get a call from your boss or end user.

The later a bug is caught in the software development lifecycle, the more costly it is to the business.

You can catch bugs earlier in the software development lifecycle with automated tests. These tests can be repeated. Run them over and over.

There are benefits to using unit tests.

  • help you to catch and fix bugs earlier, before releasing your app into production
  • help you to write better code with less bugs
  • help you to produce software with better design – extensible and loosely-coupled
  • give you rapid feedback and tell you if your code *really* works
  • force you to think of edge cases that you didn’t realize existed
  • test your code much faster
  • tell if you have broken any functionality as you write new code
  • allow you to refactor your code with confidence
  • act as documentation about what your code does
  • save you both time and money

A valuable skill for senior developers

It is a must-have for senior coders because more and more companies are recognizing the advantages of automated testing. This course can help you reach higher levels in your coding career.

You don’t need to know anything about automated testing. 3 months of experience programming in C# is all you need.

You will learn with this course.

  • senior coder secrets – best practices to write great unit tests
  • tips and tricks to keep your tests clean, trustworthy and maintainable
  • the pitfalls to avoid – anti-patterns
  • how to refactor legacy, untestable code into loosely-coupled and testable code
  • all about dependency injection – the one thing every coder needs to know
  • the power of mocks – when and how to use them and when to avoid

You will get.

  • 5.5 hours of HD video
  • tutorials and guidance from a senior coder with 15 years’ experience
  • exercises with step-by-step solution
  • downloadable source code
  • lifetime access
  • access online or offline at any time on any device
  • certificate of completion to present to your current or prospective employer

The curriculum for the course.

It takes 45m to get started. What is automated testing? There are benefits of automated testing. There are preview types of tests. A preview of the Pyramid. The tooling is previewing. The Start Source Code is 0:15. Writing your first unit test The preview tested all the execution paths. Refactoring with confidence. Start using NUnit in the studio. Test-driven development is what starts what. StartCourse structure Start summary Unit testing can be done in 40m. The start of the introduction. Characteristics of good unit tests start. Start what to do and what not to do. Startnaming and organizing tests. The start introduces Rider. Start writing a simple unit test. Start Black-box Testing Start up and tear down. The tests are startParameterized. Start ignoring tests. Start writing trustworthy tests. StartDevelopers who don’t write tests Start summary The core unit testing techniques are used. The introduction starts at 0:32. Start testing the strings. Start testing collections andarrays. Start testing the return type of methods. Start testing the methods. Start testing methods that throw exceptions. Start testing methods that raise an event. Start testing private methods. StartCode coverage begins at 2:30. Start testing in the real world. The start summary was 0:46. The exercises are 20m. The start of the exercise buzz. Start solution. StartExercise- DemeritPointsCalculator The start solution is DemeritPointsCalculator. StartExercise Stack StartSolution Stack The External Dependencies are broken. The start of the introduction. StartLoosely-coupled and Testable Code. Refactoring towards a loosely-coupled design. StartDependency Injection via Method Parameters. The start dependency injection is via properties. The start dependency injection is done via the constructor. StartDependency Injection Frameworks are related. Startmocking Frameworks Moq is used to start creating mock objects. StartState-based vs interaction testing. Start testing the interaction between two objects. StartFake as little as possible. An example of a mock abuse. StartWho should write tests. Excercises of 45m. StartExercise-Video Service The start reconfiguration of video service. Start testing video service. There is a StartExercise InstallerHelper. The StartRefactoring InstallerHelper is related to this. Start testing the InstallerHelper. StartExercise- EmployeeController The EmployeeController is Start Refacatroing. Start testing EmployeeController Testing BookingHelper. The start of the introduction. There are start test cases. IBookingRepository can be started. Start writing the first test. Startfactoring starts at 7:50. Start writing the second test. Start fixing a bug. Start writing additional tests. The project is called HouseKeeperHelper. The start of the introduction. Startfactoring for testability Start fixing a design issue. An alternative solution can be started. Start writing the first interaction test. Start keeping the tests clean. Start testing that a method isn’t called. The start another interaction test. StartExtracting Helper Methods are used. There are start testing exceptions.

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