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Starting to Unit Test: Not as Hard as You Think Paperback – October 20, 2014
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One part that changed my whole perspective was when Erik say if you're new to Unit Testing...DON'T start doing TDD, until you are proficient with your unit tests.
The Author has an amazing series on YouTube(Search ChessTDD) where he's building a chess game from the ground up using TDD.
This is only a short book so don't expect to be an expert when you are done. I think the target audience is just like the title says, people who need to start unit testing.
The book itself is a brief, almost sketchy overview of unit testing, which is fine, since I knew nothing about it. At barely 100 pages, it's a nice brisk read and left me wanting to know more.
Anyway reading the summary of the book I thought perhaps I'm the wrong demographic for it. However having read and enjoyed Erik's blog posts and other work I tried the sample and after that just had to buy it.
What a great write! Relatively easy to digest for a technical book. I just read it in the evening hours with no PC in sight. And definitely a good motivation to keep going with unit testing and - even - start adopting Test Driven Development.
And if you ARE a complete newbie to unit testing, even to what it means exactly, then this book is perfect for you!
Well I guess: that's why it has the title that it does :). So, you CAN judge THIS book by it's cover...