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JUnit 4 supports parameterizing a Test class to run the test methods in the class with multiple data values.
In this podcast I discuss How to get a job in testing. But… When we discuss how to get a job in testing. The answer is that we don’t know. No-one actually knows. Because getting a job is completely and utterly dependent on the employer. But there are things we can do to improve our chances….
I’m always looking for simple ways that I can improve my Java programming. And SpotBugs, CheckStyle and PMD can help me do that.
There are many differences between JUnit 4 and 5, in terms of JUnit 5 having more capabilities and different ways of doing stuff.
But there are some very obvious differences between 4 and 5 in terms of: ignoring tests, running methods before and after methods and test classes, and exception asserting.
To generate JUnit HTML reports from maven builds we need to add the surefire plugin to generate the xml files and then the site and reporting plugins to create the html report.
I prefer to use either JUnit 4 or JUnit 5, but there may be moments when we want to use both. We can do that with JUnit 5 dependencies.
When using other people’s source code you might discover that you receive errors about java soure levels. These are easily fixed.
In The Evil Tester Show podcast episode 8 I described definitions of software testing and outlined my own. In this post I will deep dive a little bit more into that model.
In The Evil Tester Show podcast episode 8 I mentioned other people’s definitions of software testing and outlined my own. In this post I will deep dive a little bit more into the other definitions.