Writing good tests (part 2) — Zooplus Tech Blog

Last time I just barely scratched the topic of writing test scenarios. I briefly gave only a few hints like “avoid unnecessary information”, “don’t include implementation details” or “don’t repeat yourself in different scenarios”. This time I’d like to dig deeper and present results of discussions we had in the team. Note: Like I mentioned…

via Writing good tests (part 2) — Zooplus Tech Blog

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