Here are the slides from my presentation at the Nashville Java User Group on April 1, 2014. Also, I've got the Hack-n-Slash code samples from the presentation available on GitHub. They run as JUnit tests, so you can explore them, tinker with them, and see them in action!
Tuesday, April 1, 2014
Thursday, August 8, 2013
Like many programmers, I've typically aimed to keep my methods small. On average, my methods have been probably around 8-12 lines long. But lately, I've had a blast
Wednesday, June 26, 2013
We all know that we should be writing unit tests, but have you ever thought about what a unit is, exactly? Most definitions out there, including the one on Wikipedia, describe it as the smallest piece of code that can be tested.
But what does that mean? The answer to that question will
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