Who here doesn’t write enough unit tests? I mean other than me? Somehow no matter how good my test coverage gets I always fell like there are some bits missing. Partly this is because unit testing practices tends to be one of those religious debates and you if you listen to enough people, it’s easy to convince yourself you’re doing it wrong. One area that’s always been a little tricky is testing anything with a database dependency. In part, this is because those tests often end up being dependent on the data itself which, of course, can be highly volatile. But it’s also philosophically challenged in that if a unit...
I usually run private workshops around these, here's the upcoming public events I'll be at:
- iPadlooza: 28-29 Sep, Gold Coast (Australia)
- ScotlandIS: 6 Oct, Edinburgh (United Kingdom)
- Workshop: Hack Yourself First: How to go on the Cyber-Offence: 11-12 Oct, Copenhagen (Denmark)
- Workshop: Hack Yourself First: How to go on the Cyber-Offence: 13-14 Oct, London (United Kingdom)
- Swiss Cyber Storm: 19 Oct, Lucern (Switzerland)
- WIRED SECURITY: 20 Oct, London (United Kingdom)
- DrupalSouth: 27-28 Oct, Gold Coast (Australia)
- DDD: 3 Dec, Brisbane (Australia)
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