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Pató István 27 Mar 15
JUnit clean code is Spock
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Graeme Rocher 4 Jun 13
Sweet. 2.3 now using by default for tests
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Szymon Stepniak 🧔🏻 Sep 25
"5 reasons Groovy programming language is still a valid choice in late 2018" via
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Antoine Roux 23 Mar 11
Never, ever, try . Moving back to jUnit will be really hard (like Groovy and Java, remember?)
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Viktor Gamov @ Oracle #CodeOne 🌉 5 Apr 14
is awesome. Just saying
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Tobias Gesellchen 29 Dec 14
Spock Mock Cheatsheet
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Ken 21 Mar 14
after 10 yrs of TDD and 2 yrs using I can honestly say that Spock is the best thing since the rise of craft beer
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Brian Johnsen 11 Dec 14
or reaching 1.0 first? The race is on!
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Jaguard 4 Mar 17
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Szczepan Faber 13 Dec 14
New day, new Mockito release :D , I'm waiting for 1.0!
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Roo In Action 24 May 12
Spock and add-on testing, part 2 - more mocking and stubbing
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Tomasz Nurkiewicz 🇵🇱 8 Oct 15
VW: writing custom extensions |
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stuarthalloway 14 Sep 13
hmm, core has more *files* than test.generative main has *lines*
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Ralf D. Müller™ 30 Mar 17
It's thank you thursday! If you like Spock-Reports the same as I do, give it a star on github!
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Alex Sanchez 🇨🇱🇸🇪 24 Apr 14
Thanks to and , more and more developers are getting down with
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Roberto Perez Alcolea 16 May 16
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Thomas Bembridge 21 Mar 17
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ddelponte Mar 29
Everyone should do themselves a favor and try
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Renato Athaydes 15 Aug 15
Version 1.2.7 of spock-reports has been released! ! With support for all the doc annotations of .
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Maciej Opała 11 May 17
Every time mock returns a mock, fairy dies. A fairy has just died :/
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