Jan Van Ryswyck

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Writing Maintainable Unit Tests In Print

I’m very happy to announce that Writing Maintainable Unit Tests is also available as a paper book. Both the ebook and the paper book have been completely self-published. I must say that this whole endeavour was quite an educational experience.

Paper book 'Writing Maintainable Unit Tests'

The ebook is still available on LeanPub. The paper book can be purchased at most leading book stores:

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