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Franco Martinig

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Unit Testing and Thin Aspects Posted: Jun 24, 2013 2:23 PM
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The benefits of unit testing are numerous. When aspects are involved, Matt Groves believes keeping them “thin” is key to keeping your code easy to unit test and he explores some of the implications of unit testing when a post-compiler tool is involved. Gael Fraiteur joins this final episode in the AOP in .NET series to give his differing opinion about the relevancy of “thin” aspects and speaks about a set of practices that can be used to create efficient tests of aspects. Watch this video on http://www.postsharp.net/blog/post/Recording-Unit-Testing-Thin-Aspects

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