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Unit tests aren't just for classes

Sure, that makes sense Jonathan ... the structural elements that make up your software are different to the example I used in the post (system - containers - components - classes), so your tests should be named differently too. The same would be said if you were building systems using JavaScript (there are no classes) or traditional database technologies (e.g functions and stored procedures). For me, this is about reaching an alignment between the structural elements of our software systems and the tests that exercise them.

Unit tests aren't just for classes


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