January 22, 2008
TechBookReport on 'Next Generation Java Testing'
Author: JT Smith
Most technical books fall into one of two categories: either extolling a particular language, framework or tool or else a book on a particular process, development technique or theory. In the case of 'Next Generation Java Testing' we've got a book that does a bit of both. On the framework side of things the book looks at TestNG, a Java testing framework that goes beyond the current de facto choice of JUnit. And on the process side of things we have a book that dares to suggest that there are limitations in the whole idea of unit-testing in the context of Test-Driven Development.