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Why TestNG and not JUnit?

Recently I've joined a new team and I wanted to persuade my colleagues to migrate from JUnit to TestNG. I decided to prepare a short presentation to convince them. I publish it here hoping that you will find it useful.

 

From JUnit to TestNG - migration story

I've joined a new team recently and (to my horror and dismay ;) I've found out that we use JUnit! Well, I just had to do something about it, namely switch to TestNG ASAP! :)

 

Testing Newsletter - 2012/03

Summary on what happened in JVM (Java, Groovy, Scala) developers testing world in February 2012. Links to the most interesting articles and blog posts. News from JUnit, TestNG, Mockito, Selenium, Arquillian, mutation testing and many more. Enjoy!

 

First Glance At PIT Mutation Testing Tool

Long time ago I got attracted to mutation testing (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mutation_testing). Alas, at that time all the Java mutation testing tools were useless: abandoned and forgotten long time ago. Lately I discovered a new tool - PIT Mutation Testing (http://pitest.org/) - which is actively developed. So I gave it a try. A very limited try (but that is only the beginning!).

 

Testing Newsletter - 2012/01

Summary on what happened in JVM (Java, Groovy, Scala) developers testing world in December 2011. News from JUnit, TestNG, Mockito, Selenium, Arquillian, mutation testing and many more. Also links to some good articles and blog posts. Enjoy!

 

A New Book On Unit Tests - Q1 2012

I'm happy to announce that my book on unit tests - Practical Unit Testing with TestNG and Mockito - will be available in Q1 2012! Stay tuned!

 

Testing Newsletter - November 2011

Summary on what happened in JVM (Java, Groovy, Scala) developers testing world in November 2011. EasyMock 3.1, JUnit Params 0.3, TestNG users survey, database testing tips and many more goodies. Enjoy!

 

Results Of TestNG Users Survey Q4 2011

Results of online survey on TestNG (Q4 2011). Let us learn why and how we use it!

 

TestNG Users Survey Q4 2011

Please fill in a short online survey on TestNG. Let us learn why and how we use it!

 

Visualization Of Dependent Test Methods

One day I started to experiment with visualization of test dependencies. I thought that maybe Graphviz can help to provide some nice diagrams that would help me see instantly what went wrong, and why some tests are skipped. In this post I present my achievements so far.

 
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