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Automated testing patterns

Testing patterns serve the goals of automated testing: specification, documentation, support for refactoring, and help in locating defects.

Creating patterns to describe something creates nomenclature. Once you have a name for something, it’s easier to recognize when you see it again. The Productive Programmer

I’ll present the testing patterns that I apply in every project since they’ve proven very beneficial to the team concerning the goals of automated testing




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Luís Soares

Luís Soares

I write about Lean, TDD, CI/CD, trunk-based dev., user-centric dev, DDD, coding good practices, testing

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