Tuesday, January 02, 2007
Martin Fowler's "Mocks Aren't Stubs" -- updated version
As the title says, Martin Fowler just announced a significant update -- indeed, a rewrite -- of his classic "Mocks Aren't Stubs". Most of the terminology he uses in the new version of the article is borrowed from Gerard Meszaros' xUnit Patterns jargon. Highly recommended. I'm not so vain as to believe that my post on mock testing influenced Martin's rewrite, so I'm just going to invoke synchronicity here :-)
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What timing. I just read the article yesterday, following the link from your earlier post.
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