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justin cater

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Boosting test performance with TestContainers Posted: May 18, 2017 2:05 PM
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In my previous post on testing, I described how to use TestContainers to provide realistic test environments for database tests. This comment revealed the downside: …as noted above, there always seems to be some drawback. In this case, the overhead of starting the Docker image and everything it contains will increase your overall build time. ...

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