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    For those Unit Testers out there (and those who want to do more unit tests), this podcast is for you! We cover JUnit in general, and explain how to shoe-in unit tests in current (and legacy code). We talked about Dependency Injection (and the Concern of Creation), and Mocking (what it is, and how is it used). In all, if you ever wondered why creating unit tests in your current code is hard, or why are people talking about Dependency Injection (DI), come in, and listen!

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  3. Greg Ward: Unit Testing Makes Your Code Better - PyCon 2014

    Speaker: Greg Ward

    Unit testing is like public transit: everyone agrees it’s a good thing for other people to do. It’s easier to swallow when you see how unit testing improves not only the correctness of your code, but the design as well. I’ll walk through a real-life case study where adding unit tests turned a pretty good module into an even better one: easier to understand, extend, and reuse.

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