André Carlucci

Skeptic .net development

10 Reasons why you should start writing unit tests right now

Writing unit tests requires a lot more coding than simply implementing the desired functionality. So, is it worth it? It’s 2021 but I still get this question all the time. Hence, I decided to select 10 reasons why I think you definitely should. Reason 1: It’s safer to change code covered by Unit Tests Your […]

Continuous testing for .net core

Visual Studio 2017 is already there and it’s awesome. One of the best features I’ve seen is the Live Unit Testing. The bad news is: it does not yet support .net core :( It’s not the same, but one thing you can use to automatically run your tests every time you change some file is […]