Better Unit Testing with Microsoft Fakes

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Better Unit Testing with Microsoft Fakes

Publisher: Microsoft Corporation
Number of pages: 96

Better Unit Testing with Microsoft Fakes contains practical guidance for migrating to and unit testing with Microsoft Fakes. Practical walk-throughs allow you to navigate basic and advanced concepts, giving you a comfortable and confident start in implementing Microsoft Fakes as a mocking solution.

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