Ali Gordon wrote:...the author encourages us to use descriptive method names like
Tim Cooke wrote:The likes of the Spock testing framework, for which tests are written in Groovy, take this one step further even and allow you to write an actual String for the test method:
Jeanne Boyarsky wrote:I like the long method names. Comments tend to get out of sync. Ugly is in the eyes of the reader.
Tim Cooke wrote:An advantage of using descriptive test method names is observed when a test fails. Your CI server sends you an email with the following:
.....................test report so is not as useful as you'd think.
Ali Gordon wrote:Maybe I'll use underscores as word separators in method names instead of using camel case. Camel case is a pain to read when method names are very long.