Produktinformationen "Growing Object-Oriented Software, Guided by Tests"
Summary Mock Objects is an approach to Test-Driven Development that changes the way programmers think about code. It encourages them to think about how objects interact with each other, rather than just how they work in isolation - as the founders of Object Oriented programming intended. Objects should be defined in terms of what they do, not what they are. Using Mock Objects with Test-Driven Development guides developers towards code with clearly focused objects and an emphasis on behavior over data - both features of good Object Oriented programming. This book has been written by two of the originators of the concept, who have developed and refined their understanding over years of practice on real projects. The book describes the basic concepts and shows how they fit into the development cycle. It also addresses the common misunderstandings and pitfalls that they have encountered. Author(s) Expertise Steve Freeman (UK) is a consultant with ThoughtWorks and has been involved in the XP community since before there were books. He has a PhD in Computer Science and degrees in Statistics and Music, and was one of the authors of the first Mock Object paper. Nat Pryce (UK) is an independent consultant with expertise in software design, software development process and practices. He is also a research fellow at Imperial College. Nat is a developer of the jMock and nMock libraries for testdriven development. Audience This book is intended for people who are directly concerned with the writing of code: developers at various levels, technical leaders, development managers. They are expected to have experience with an OO language such as C# or Java. The CD/DVD/Web Site http://www.mockobjects.com/ von Freeman, Steve;Pryce, Nat;
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