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Zendo and the art of testing

Controversial opinion: I don’t like The Dice Game. The good news: I have a much better alternative that brings a very similar challenge in a less adversarial package. The basic game The concept of the game is basically the same as The Dice Game. One person has a rule known only to them and the… Read more

Unit tests versus the unit tested

I recently read the great and oft-cited article about testing microservice architectures by Cindy Sridharan over on Medium. It’s broadly applicable beyond just “microservices”, so I highly recommend giving it a read. I was struck by this passage in particular: The main thrust of my argument wasn’t that unit testing is completely obviated by end-to-end tests, but that being… Read more