This is the first post in a series of posts about the String Calculator kata done with AutoFixture.

This screencast sets up the Visual Studio projects and completes the first exercise of the kata.

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If you liked this screencast, you may also like my Pluralsight course Outside-In Test-Driven Development.


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Gary McLean Hall
Any chance you could dive a bit deeper into the AutoDataAttribute subclass that you create? In the examples here and on a screencast of yours that I watched, you stop at customizing it for AutoMoq. Great examples though, really quick way of getting up to speed with AutoFixture.
2013-02-15 21:37 UTC
Gary, does this help?
2013-02-16 08:31 UTC


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