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Jamie Cansdale has released TestDriven.NET 2.0.  I admit that I haven't used the 2.0 betas, but I'm still excited about this.  Quite a bit of the TestDriven.NET functionality has been assimilated into Visual Studio Team System, but not everyone is using Team System, and that might be overkill depending on the size of your project.  In addition, there are very good reasons to stick with something like TestDriven .NET; it should have more frequent updates, you can get closer to the developers if you need support, etc.  Also, it integrates easily with a host of third-party tools, as shown below:

TestDriven.NET makes it easy to run unit tests with a single click, anywhere in your Visual Studio solutions. It supports all versions of Microsoft Visual Studio .NET and it integrates with the best .NET development tools including NCover, NCoverExplorer, Reflector, TypeMock, dotTrace, NUnit, MbUnit, ZaneBug, MSBee & Team System.

Posted on Tuesday, October 31, 2006 6:53 AM Architecture | Back to top


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