In this session, Roy Osherove, Author of 'The Art Of Unit Testing' , explains how unit tests, done wrong, can actually hurt your project more than they help. ROy introduces the three pillars of good unit tests - Readability, Maintinablity and Trutworthiness, and shows many examples from real projects's code with ideas on how to improve them, and problems can occur. From good naming conventions, to having a single mock per test (plus the difference between mocks and stubs), roy shares many important lessons he learned the hard way, while developing software. Lots of videos on this subject and more can be found at artOfUnitTesting.com and roy on titter is @RoyOsherove

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