Top Books Of 2014


The Art of Unit Testing
Monday 22 Dec

Author: Roy Osherove
Publisher: Manning
Pages: 296
ISBN: 9781617290893
Print: 1617290890

Audience: C# users and others using statically typed languages
Rating: 5
Reviewer: Alex Armstrong

If you don't already use unit testing, this book is a complete and clear guide to the idea and how to implement it.


 

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