Test-Driven Development – From Painful to (Near) Zero Friction

Matt Honeycutt doesn’t like development friction and especially testing friction. Over the last several years, his approach to test-driven development and the style of test cases he creates have changed drastically in an effort to eliminate testing frication. In these screencasts, he uses TDD to implement a class in RageFeed. …

Learning Hudson: Setting up to run and report Unit Test results

In this episode we will continue taking a look at how to setup the Hudson build server for usage in a .net environment.  We will be taking a look at how we can use Hudson to report our Unit Tests results after each build. We will be looking at both …

Building a Nant Script – Part 2: Adding NUnit tests

In this episode we will continue our series on how to create a build script using the NAnt build tool. In this episode we will build off the script of Part 1 and add in the ability to run NUnit tests within our script.  You can get the script for …