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Test Driven .NET Development with FitNesse

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Test Driven .NET Development with FitNesse
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Publisher: Neuri Limited
ISBN/ASIN: 0955683602
ISBN-13: 9780955683602
Number of pages: 278

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This book is primarily aimed at .NET developers interested in starting with TDD and those who already practice unit testing and want to move beyond that into development driven by acceptance testing. It will also be useful to Java developers who are experienced with FitNesse, but wish to use it in a .NET environment.

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