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August 13th – #xpman 62 – In Defence of Mocks, with Mark Kirschstein

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Mocks don’t seem to have many fans. Common complaints being that they lead to:

Tests that are brittle.
Tests that are laborious to write.
Tests that are difficult to read.
Tests that don’t fail when you introduce a real bug.
Tests that have “mocks, returning mocks, returning mocks”.

Are mocks pointless? This session argues maybe, maybe not…

What to expect from this session?

Part Presentation
Part Discussion
Part Practical [Bring a laptop!]

Grab a ticket

Madlab from 6:30, (starting at 7pm)

Jetbrains Raffle

Speaker Feedback

Slides

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Written by Mark Kirschstein

August 10, 2015 at 3:05 pm

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