Thursday, 17 November 2016

Unit testing patterns for concurrent code - Dror Helper



Getting started with unit testing is not hard, the only problem is that most programs are more than a simple calculator with two parameters and a returns value that is easy to verify.
Writing unit tests for multi-threaded code is harder still.
Over the years I discovered useful patterns that helped me to test multi-threaded and asynchronous code and enabled the creation of deterministic, simple and robust unit tests.
Come learn how to test code that uses concurrency and parallelism – so that the excuses of not writing unit tests for such code would become as obsolete as a single core processors.

Source: NDC

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