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2703, 2024

Testing behavior, not implementation details – part 2

In "Testing Behavior, not implementation details - part 1", we've briefly touched on the term observable behavior. But what is observable behavior anyway? Explaining this as "whatever you see software doing" doesn't help much. Especially not when we are

1203, 2024

Running tests in parallel with pytest

Running tests takes time. Even if they are insanely fast. The execution time adds up once you add more and more tests to your project. You might not notice that when you have 100 test. You'll for sure notice

1103, 2024

Testing behavior, not implementation details – part 1

When you want to learn about software testing, you quickly hear the famous "Test behavior, not implementation details". More often than not, it doesn't help you much. I know that - it was the same for me. So what

1402, 2024

Factory Fixtures

Factory fixtures, what in the whole earth would that be? When you want to test your code thoroughly, you have to write quite a few tests. This way, you ensure that your code is working as expected. Nevertheless, you

702, 2024

Single assertion per test – rule or guideline?

Python Testing Tip #1 Why do we even test our software? If you've read anything about software testing, I'm sure you've stumbled across the idea of "one assertion per test". Sounds like a simple idea, right? Thinking about

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