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QCon: TODO list inspired by the conference

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  1. I chose JMock on the back of the QCon conference because there was a session on version 2. I thought I'd take a look at it and see what it does.

    For all my test-driven rhetoric I've actually never used any mock framework before so I thought it was about time I took a look into at least one, to see how much easier it might make life.

    Mind you recently I've been focussed on functional tests (although in JUnit) because in my particular case it's the data from the DB that is the source of most of our issues so that's where I've concentrated on to start our testing framework.

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