Hi, A quick note here regarding unit testing, the topic of my next Best Practices column in Software Test and Performance magazine. I've received great help from SQAForums in the past and I'm wondering if anyone here would be willing to share some new stories and anecdotes? I have a renewed focus on highlighting the triumphs and travails of everyday programmers and testing engineers, so I'm really looking for folks willing to share their own experiences ("Unit testing started working especially well when we/my client/etc. started to...") As always, I'm happy to be general in attributions if it's more appropriate. ("Unit testing was a mess at one large Boston-based financial services company where I worked in the late 1990s...) My deadline is Tuesday noon Eastern. If you have any colleagues who might be willing to share their stories, feel free to pass along their names. Thanks in advance for your help.
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P.S. Any reflections on recent news in unit testing (JetBrains' new TeamCity build system, unit testing support or lack thereof associated with Mono, what's happening with virtualization and unit testing [for example, with Surgient's VQMS] etc.) would be especially appreciated.