Tuesday, August 28, 2007

How extreme are your unit tests? Part Deux

While discussing my previous post on extreme unit testing with a colleague we surmised that Ashcroft was probably named after the former Bush Administration US Attorney General responsible for the Patriot Act (and a pretty good singer). Inspired by this project here are a few suggestions for new unit test frameworks:
  • Rumsfeld - Runs the tests you have, not the tests you wish you had
  • Gonzales - Can't remember if it ran the unit tests or not
  • Cheney - Claims to know where you can find Tests of Mass Dependency Injection
  • Bush - Proclaims all of the unit tests were successful - Mission Accomplished! - but in the background keeps allocating more resources hoping the tests will complete soon

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