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Brownfield Application Development in .NET by Kyle Baley, Donald Belcham

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Chapter 4. Automated testing

This chapter covers

  • Increasing confidence
  • Evaluating existing tests
  • Integrating existing tests
  • Automating test execution

We’re now three chapters into a book on software development and we have yet to write any code. We have a good reason: many brownfield applications become contaminated because the proper foundation wasn’t laid out before the team, past or present, started coding. On other projects, it was laid out, but subsequently ignored in the face of growing deadlines and spiraling requirements.

This chapter continues that theme. Now that we’ve gone through the first chapters and the source control, build, deployments, and releases have been automated, it’s time to look at our testing strategies. Perhaps ...

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