之前我在Google Docs里维护了几篇技术文档，正想迁移到Wordpress里来。Google Docs原生支持Blogger，按照其一贯作风，也应该直接或间接的支持其他应用。果然，可以通过xmlrpc的方式支持发布到Wordpress。
1. Compile a minutes in freemind like the structure below.
2. You can format your mind map with a default fancy theme (just like the picture
Format > Automatic Layout
3. Export your mind map to a mediawiki markup format.
File > Export > Using XSLT…
Choose the XSL file in the attachment, and the export file path.
Then click Export.
4. Copy the text in the file on your export file path to the editor on mediawiki. Like
5. Click Show Preview button to see if the page is correct and polish it accordingly.
We only support plain text node in freemind.
- The Clean Code Talks has some of Miško Heverys lectures at Google. New episodes are posted at the Google Testing Blog as they arrive.
- Some of the GTAC 2008 (Google Test Automation Conference 2008) videos are pretty interesting.
- Automated Testing Patterns and Smells
- Becoming a Software Testing Expert is not really about unit testing, but helps you get into the tester mindset
- How To Design A Good API And Why It Matters briefly touches on testability.
- Browsing the testing tag on se-radio reveals some interesting podcasts
- Check out the videos from the Test track of Öredev 2007 (1, 2), I especially liked the ‘testable architecture’ one.
- The Testing sub-site of InfoQ is also worth a visit for more (text, audio, video) resources
At Dnr TV there are two episodes with JP Boodhoo, where he gives an introduction to test driven development:
If you want to see unit testing and TDD used together with a whole bunch of other agile practices, I would recommend watching the sceencast series Autumn of Agile. This series shows the development of a fully unit tested application from start to finish.
As for podcasts, check out the following:
- Polymorphic Podcast – Jason Bock on Unit Testing, Code Coverage & Analysis
- Hanselminutes – Scott Hanselman on Test Driven Development
- Software Engineering Radio – Gerard Meszaros on XUnit Test Patterns
Since mock objects are a quite important part of unit testing, these podcast episodes might be of interest as well: