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Book Review: Mockito Essentials

 
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I wrote a Blog post covering a small book review of the book 'Mockito Essentials' that covers unit test mocking library mockito as well as offers practical advice towards writing testable code and working with legacy code while writing unit tests. Hope you'd like it.
 
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Sumit, your choice of colour scheme for your blog is truly terrible. Mustard background with blue and light grey font... yuk!

I cannot even read your book review as my eyes go all weird on the second line.
 
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