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comment What are tangible advantages to proper Unit Tests over Functional Test called unit tests
I can definitely see where you are coming from here, however, I was more looking for how to make this business case. Not just that worrying about quality at the margins is cost prohibitive.
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comment What are tangible advantages to proper Unit Tests over Functional Test called unit tests
Not exactly these are not a mater of framework and more a mater of allowing tests to access other resource. Thereby essentially making them functional tests instead of unit tests. The "frameworks" are both JUnit and EasyMock (Albeit older versions). I did suggest adding a NEW dependent framework.
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comment What are tangible advantages to proper Unit Tests over Functional Test called unit tests
Wow I am impressed I would be interested in seeing how you manage this with third party JAR integration. Do you have any examples or links?
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comment Should developers be responsible for tests other than unit tests, if so which ones are the most common?
I think what I am trying to get at is what is considered effective "hammering".
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comment Should developers be responsible for tests other than unit tests, if so which ones are the most common?
I agree whole heartedly with the delivering high quality code part. I was referring more to "above and beyond" good code. For example, do changes that are considered "bug free" within your perspective have a negative performance somewhere else. The best example I can think of is a requirement isn't properly vetted for load. So my code causes load issues on the server even though it is "bug free" (ok so the argument can be made that it isn't but humor me). P.S. I think your confidence part is key here.
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