NitroFlare Udemy - Basics of JUnit Framework

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    Udemy - Basics of JUnit Framework
    MP4 | Video: 1356x720 | 60 kbps | 44 KHz | Duration: 6 Hours | 1.05 GB
    Genre: eLearning | Language: English

    Let's start the journey through the old and still best Java Unit Testing Framework

    First of all Congratulations for taking this course! Don't be surprised with the title of the course as it is well beyond what a test engineer uses in a day to day professional life. The course is not complete, i mean it will never be complete as i plan to add additional stuff every now and then to keep you abreast with the changes happening in and around the JUnit and what projects are being developed on top of the JUnit Framework. Never shy away from constructive criticism as that is what will help as food for this course and help make this course more robust. So, with no further delay lets start the journey, am as excited as you are with this course.

    What are the requirements?

    You are expected to be having basic knowledge about Java programming language.
    Basic knowledge/ understanding of Eclipse or similar IDE to be able to work with JUnit
    Knowledge of earlier versions will help you speed up learning the latest version of JUnit, but said that its absolutely optional
    What am I going to get from this course?

    Over 41 lectures and 5.5 hours of content!
    Currently with 40+ videos, still have many more videos coming through which are under development.
    You will be able to get quite confident in JUnit (which also indirectly makes you an intermediate in TestNG) framework.
    Understand the more advanced JUnit concepts like Rules and Theories
    You should be able to create your own rules, which is a huge advantage of a person knowing just the basics of JUnit
    You should be able to integrate with Mocking frameworks like Mockito, Power Mock etc.,
    What is the target audience?

    Still in college days? Then you can get ahead of the competition with this course
    Though the course was developed from a tester's perspective it can be consumed by the developer's as well
    Anyone trying to get their feet wet with JUnit or related Frameworks
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