Testability vs. Testing

Posted by: Dino Espositos WebLog, on 13 May 2009 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

The first time I heard the expression "unit testing" at a .NET conference was--if memory serves well--back in 2004. Since then, it took probably a couple of more years for the theme of "unit testing" to gain due visibility in the .NET space. I can't mention a date when I heard the word "testability" instead. And still in articles, blogs, and conference talks the prevailing term is "testing". Not that no conferences in the world had the word testability pronounced lately, but it never happened...

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