If you’re a .NET developer who have been writing tests, this post may encourage you to continue doing so when working with Ruby. If, instead, you have not been writing tests, we must change that! I know I have mentioned this before, but I can’t stress enough how important it is. On my first years as a C# developer I relied too much on the compiler. I had the idea that if the compiler didn’t complain, then my code was correct.

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RubySource: .NET to Ruby: Learning How to Write Tests

Tags: Testing
I'm Claudio Lassala. I'm originally from the overcrowded city of Sao Paulo, Brazil, and I've been living in the hot and humid city of Houston, Texas, since late of 2002. I've been developing software for over 20 years, and I've received the Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) award for the last 10 years in a row (initially for Visual ForPro, and then for C#). I have written several articles and delivered several presentations (like I've mentioned, I have learned tons from helping others learn). I'm also the host for the Virtual Brown Bag. In order to help keep my sanity from writing code, I play lead guitar in a metal band (alright, some people might say that's not the best way for one to keep his sanity…).

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