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Unit Testing .Net Core Applications with xUnit .net & MOQ

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Attention all . NET Core developers looking to develop new skills and take their career to the next level this is the course to help you get there!


This is a focused course on the Unit Testing .NET Core / .NET 5 Projects with xUnit .net, an open–source unit testing tool for .Net Framework and .Net Core applications and the standard tool for unit testing C#, VB. NET and F# projects in Visual Studio

Being a proficient and confident user of this tool will allow you to execute key .NET core development tasks.

In this course, I will teach you:

the fundamentals of the xUnit .net ;

how to write effective and well–organised unit tests for your .NET core applications;

how to use data–driven testing capabilities;

how to use mocking frameworks, including MoQ;

how to use test–driven development (TDD) technique;

how to test legacy (old) code;

how to write unit tests for ASP.NET Core MVC applications

No pre–requisite knowledge is required to complete this course, but a positive attitude and a willingness to learn is a must!

Questions are always welcome from students and can be asked in the Q&A section of the course. I endeavour to respond to these quickly so I can create an engaging learning environment for my students.

Instructor Details

Aref is an experienced software engineer passionate about sharing his knowledge and experience with others. He completed a masters degree in Software Engineering but his journey with programming began when he was just 13 years old (with a Commodore 64 computer). At age 17, Aref sold his first commercial software, a real estate management program written in Turbo Pascal. He also developed an interest and high proficiency in 8085 and 8086 assembly languages. This interest led to a period where he worked in the electronics industry building industrial automation devices. As a (cheeky) hobby, Aref worked on computer viruses that came to the attention of Peter Norton. Googling Aref.890 turns up some interesting information! Since this time, Aref has continued to build a variety of enterprise software solutions using engineering tools and frameworks such as FoxPro, Delphi, C++, C#, Grafana, New Relic, TeamCity, and Bamboo. Aref is also passionate about teaching, spending 3.5 years working as a high school teacher in Iran. He now channels this passion into online teaching and is grateful for the opportunity to teach many students around the world. He has published two books around software development one of which was published when he was 19 years old. Aref currently works in Australia as a technology leader, and he enjoys working with talented engineers and creating various software architecture solutions for clients.

Specification: Unit Testing .Net Core Applications with xUnit .net & MOQ

Duration

3.5 hours

Year

2019

Level

All

Certificate

Yes

Quizzes

Yes

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  1. Sabri Mevi

    The course is generally good but my expectation was a little bit higher than this actually. The accent and explanation are good, the topics acceptable but the detail was less I think. There should be more detail specially about the mocks. May be my bad I expected deep dive into the xUnit. If a deep dive course comes up, I will be one of the first who buys it 🙂

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  2. Alexandru Hobincu

    The approach for the course should be: you either write the code and the one that is following the course writes along with you, or you give the code that you already have written as a resource so people can paste the code and follow the course. I think that the course is not organized at all. Sometimes the presenter is displaying a project that is written on Windows than he switches to a project that is written on Mac with completely different information. I’m halfway and I’m thinking not to follow the course by the end because of that.

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  3. Ebru Bulut

    I think the course was good for beginners but it’s not compatible for professional interest. My expectation was to see more complex and realistic examples.

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  4. Ming Liu

    It could go a little faster

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  5. Claudiu Andrei

    I really got a much better understanding of how to use the xUnit framework.

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  6. Pamela Pierce

    Starts out excellent. Very clear, easy to follow. 5 stars. Highly recommended for beginners (but he also covers advanced topics) compared to anything else I’ve watched on Xunit and TDD. His animation within the course is also excellent and entertaining. Then on Chapter 19 he starts using a Helper method that he doesn’t explain. I got lost from that point on. But got back on track starting with Chapter 22. But based on the Q&A, which he hasn’t answered, he may have additional issues with the advanced code areas of his course, I don’t know. I like that he gives hints on what quality code should look like, but doesn’t dwell on them since this is about Xunit, not writing quality code. I like that almost all the videos are short. 5 stars up to Chapter 19 when he lost me on advanced topics of constructors, IDisposable, and Parallel Execution. I give him 1 star for not answering any questions since Spring 2019. If you are new to Xunit the first 18 chapters are really excellent. Highly recommended. Better than YouTube and Pluralsight as a quality easy to understand and follow starting point.

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  7. Cesar Ramos

    Thank you Kanye, very coool

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  8. Nahuel Agustin Prieto Galardo

    Some answers in the quiz don’t even compile LOL

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  9. Ivan Moreira

    There is an error in the last question. You are assigning two different instances to the same variable p.

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  10. Ahmad Yasser

    Good course that I have ever had. I have learned a lot with this course Thanks to lecturer!

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  11. Bj rn Elfvin

    It seems dated as the current xunit install and run differs fron the cource lesson. Thanks.

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  12. Richard Krejstrup

    The installation and all that is totally different now in 2021. But I wanted to see more about the usage of the Assertions and the details of the rest so that’s good. The threaded tests was a bit over my head though.

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  13. Martina Brockmann Fourie

    I really like that the author of this course provided helpful tips on how to deal with writing tests with/for legacy code, which is something other online tutorials often miss

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  14. Onehundredpanda

    Some of the contents are out of the date, and less communication w/ students who left the questions.

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  15. Priya Tiwari

    Very informative sessions

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