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Karl Seguin has done some good analysis on the stages of unit testing. I stole the and content and copied the full post to my blog (because I enjoyed reading every line/stage of it…). I have experienced every stage except the elusive stage 7 :-).

  1. Refuse to unit test because "you don’t have enough time"
  2. Start unit testing and immediately start blogging about unit testing and TDD and how great they are and how everyone should do it
  3. Unit test everything – make private methods internal and abuse the InternalsVisibleTo attribute. Test getters and setters or else you won’t get 100% code coverage
  4. Get fed with how brittle your unit tests are and start writing integration tests without realizing it.
  5. Discover a mocking framework and make heavy use of strict semantics
  6. Mock absolutely everything that can possibly be mocked
  7. Start writing effective unit tests

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UI Prototyping with Microsoft Expression Blend 3 (Sketch Flow), looks promising. I need to check this out.

Prototyping with SketchFlow via Arjan’s World

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