A collection of 21 posts

Oct 22, 2012

Switching from MSTest to NUnit script

We’ve been using MSTest for quite some time but now it’s time for change. First of the reasons for changing unit testing framework. We’re now building with Hudson/Jenkins which

Oct 8, 2012

Running tests on filechange

Ever since I saw a video of Corey Haines running Autospec I’ve been looking for an option to automatically run my tests when files change. So here is a list of different

May 9, 2011

Running tests as files change

I mentioned earlier a solution where Eclipse would run all my Python tests when I save a file. This is very convenient when using TDD in languages that can run tests fast. However

Mar 28, 2011

Working with Jasmine

I’ve been working extensively with JavaScript these past weeks. As I mentioned earlier I wanted to try out Jasmine and I definitively got the chance. I’ve been using it for all

Nov 15, 2010


During Android Only Erik Hellman from Sony Ericsson explained how they create their Android Phones. During his talk he mentioned that they put all phones through a monkey test. Where a phone has

Sep 20, 2010

Stress and TDD

In Blink the author describes that there is an optimum peak of performance in regards to stress. What happens after that peak is reduced performance, inability to act on details and tunnel-vision so

Aug 6, 2010

Specifying tests

The latest post on the Google Testing blog is quite interesting. Philip Zembrod discusses the readability of code developed by TDD and found that sometimes reading the test first didn’t always help

Jun 28, 2010

Testing on Google AppEngine (Python SDK)

Testing in Python and Django is pretty straight forward. However I wanted to write tests that assert email sending, URL fetching and other external sources. Making sure the intended code is executed and