Monthly Archives: January 2015

If I can test my app entirely with integration tests, why do any unit testing?

Someone at work asked why they should write any unit tests if the whole app can be integration tested. Basically, the question was: With complete integration testing, do unit tests add enough value to justify the additional time and added … Continue reading

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‘Continuous Integration in .NET’ coauthor pens intro to CI, has more opinions than advice

Craig Berntson wrote Software Gardening: Harvesting (Continuous Delivery Techniques) on dotnetcurry a few days ago. It landed on The Morning Brew, so I gave it a read. The entire piece is tailored to TeamCity, which I wouldn’t have noted at all, except … Continue reading

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