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Posted by Hans-J├╝rgen Jacobs at 11:21 on Wednesday 15 March    Add 'In pursuit of code quality: Resolve to get FIT' site to delicious  Add 'In pursuit of code quality: Resolve to get FIT' site to technorati  Add 'In pursuit of code quality: Resolve to get FIT' site to digg  Add 'In pursuit of code quality: Resolve to get FIT' site to dzone

Whereas JUnit assumes that every aspect of testing is the domain of developers, the Framework for Integrated Tests (FIT) makes testing a collaboration between the business clients who write requirements and the developers who implement them. Does this mean that FIT and JUnit are competitors? Absolutely not! Code quality perfectionist Andrew Glover shows you how to combine the best of FIT and JUnit for better teamwork and effective end-to-end testing.

Read more in an article by Andrew Glover at [developerworks]


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