Basic patterns for writing first-rate .NET tests
Developers who have incorporated unit testing into their development process are already familiar with its advantages: cleaner code, courage to refactor, and improved productivity. Writing unit tests is easy; however, writing first-rate tests make automated unit testing and test-driven development powerful tools. This article provides some basic testing patterns that will help with writing good tests and anti-patterns you should avoid. To write great unit tests, here are some patterns to follow:
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