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on 11/21/2012 2:24 PM
I’ve found writing unit tests in F# very productive, with it’s terse syntax and powerful type inference. I write F# tests against C# and F# implementations. Writing tests in F# can be a good introduction to the language and this is something we do on our team. To get up to speed quickly you’ll typically want a familiar unit testing framework and mocking library syntax. F# code works with all the popular open source .Net unit testing frameworks: NUnit xUnit mbUnit …it also works with Micro[...]
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