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One type of test that seems to be worth mentioning in this thread is stress/performance/load tests which could be simply put as finding out the limits beyond which a certain piece of software breaks. Note that in terms of tooling it is essential to precisely determine the scope of what one proposes to stress tests from a system perspective. For instance in the case of a "web application" stress testing can include in its scope the web server application itself and so the tooling could intervene on that end. Here is a nice post about http load testing

For those interested, my approach to naming tests has evolved over the years. One of the issues with the Should pattern I describe above as its not easy to know at a glance which method is under test. For OOP I think it makes more sense to start the test name with the method under test. For a well designed class this should result in readable test method names. I now use a format similar to <method>_Should<expected>_When<condition> . Obviously depending on the context you may want to substitute the Should/When verbs for something more appropriate. Example: Deposit_ShouldIncreaseBalance_WhenGivenPositiveValue()

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