JUnit.org serves as the central clearinghouse for all things JUnit--including links to tutorials, articles, extensions, etc. You can also try a search for JUnit tutorial on Google. Cheers, Nicholas Lesiecki
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A quite similar question had been asked in a former thread. I put here again the link on the original article of Kent Bzck et al.
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About the above article. It was originally published in Java Report July 1998 by Kent Beck and Erich Gamma under the title "Test Infected: Programmers Love Writing Tests", Java Report, July 1998. Was it what you had in mind Guillaume? W.
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