November 22, 2017

Unit Testing: Indispensable DevOps

What Is Unit Testing? Testing the lowest possible units, i.e. functions or methods. Functions/methods can be further decomposes into statements, conditions, and expressions. Testing functions or methods eventually tests these individual statements, conditions, and expressions. Unit Testing is possibly the lowest level of testing in a software product lifecycle.

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