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After organizing Droidcon Paris for several year, the organizers decided to move on and experiment with a new format. This didn’t just result in a well organ...

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Too many times I’ve seen developers trying to avoid crashes at all cost. But are unhandled exceptions really that bad? And are null checks really the answer?

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If you can code, you can also write unit tests. Writing awesome tests on the other hand is a different story. Don’t fool yourself: Unit testing code is produ...

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The Mockito team is on fire lately! Not only did they add support to mock final classes and methods, but now they allow running Mockito directly onto an actu...

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It’s that time of the year again to do a little personal retrospective.

Extending Mockito

31 Oct 2016

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Due to its clean simple api, Mockito has become world’s most popular Java mocking framework. After having covered all of its basics, it’s time to spice thing...

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Code coverage is an awesome way to motivate you and your team to write more tests. But did you know that simply enabling it slows down your build significant...

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As die hard Android developers, copyright notices are usually not on top of our priority list. Yet large corporations always insist to add a copyright header...

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Cycling is all about exploring: visiting new places and making existing routes more fun with better streets. So there must be an app that allows to plan your...

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At Droidcon Berlin 2016 I had a great time talking about testing using the Mockito framework. While the talk wasn’t recorded unfortunately, the great folks a...