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4 Properties of Highly Testable Code

blog.gurock.com – This is a guest post by Erik Dietrich Not all code is created equal. It might sound silly and self-evident when put this way, but this is a truth that many unit-testing beginners fail to grasp. You can’t just add unit tests to any piece of code. If it were that easy, there wouldn’t be entire books dedicated to the subject. If you want to test code, then it should be testable. How do you recognize a highly testable code base? Or even better, how do you turn your code base into a highly testable state if it’s currently not? To answer these questions, let’s look at four ...
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