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Most programs are read more often than they are written. How do you communicate to the next set of eyes how your code is intended to work? Unit tests are not only a great way to flush out design, ensure your code does what you expect, and communicate to the readers of your code. This session will discuss practical lessons and practices when doing unit testing for your applications to ensure the next person who reads your code doesn't want to find you and whack you in the head with a keyboard.
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