Learn how to get started with implementing automated checks by building unit checks
- Mark Winteringham
Unit checking is an essential part of any automated checking strategy and is a valuable skill to learn regardless of your role. Unit checking offers a fast, straightforward way to learn about core principles of automating and a great way to get to grips with Java if you are just getting started. In this course, we’ll take you through the fundamentals of unit testing in Java to help you learn:
How to set up a unit checking framework
How the anatomy of an automated check applies in a Java context
How to create your first unit check
So join us as we learn how to create fast, valuable checks with unit checking.
This course is part of the Automation in Testing Pathway.
Mark Winteringham is a tester, toolsmith and the Ministry of Testing DojoBoss with over 10 years experience providing testing expertise on award-winning projects across a wide range of technology sectors including BBC, Barclays, UK Government and Thomson Reuters.
He is an advocate for modern risk-based testing practices and trains teams in Automation in Testing, Behaviour Driven Development and Exploratory testing techniques. He is also the co-founder of Ministry of Testing Essentials a community raising awareness of careers in testing and improving testing education.
You can find him on Twitter @2bittester or at mwtestconsultancy.co.uk / automationintesting.com
By the end of this course you'll be able to:
Setup an automated unit checking framework with JUnit
Build your own unit checks
This course requires a foundational level of knowledge in how Java works. You can learn this from the Automation in Testing - Introduction to Java course.