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“when writing tests you should prefer DAMP (Descriptive And Maintainable Procedures) to DRY.”
Jay Fields, Working Effectively with Unit Tests
“Tests do not, or at least should not collaborate; it’s universally accepted that inter-test dependency is an anti-pattern.”
Jay Fields, Working Effectively with Unit Tests
“I don’t like test names. Technically they’re method names, but they’re never called explicitly.”
Jay Fields, Working Effectively with Unit Tests
“Within a single test, DRY can often apply.”
Jay Fields, Working Effectively with Unit Tests
“The right abstractions can reduce complexity; however, it’s often unclear which abstraction within a test will provide the most value to the team.”
Jay Fields, Working Effectively with Unit Tests