Unit Testing Course Overview

Unit Testing Course Overview

The Unit Testing Training course offers developers an in-depth exploration into the world of unit testing, particularly within the .NET framework. It starts with the basics of what unit tests are and why they are a critical part of the development process. Learners will understand the various .NET unit testing frameworks available, such as MSTest, NUnit, and xUnit.net, and how to write their first unit tests.

As the course progresses, it dives into using Visual Studio's robust testing features, managing and organizing tests, and employing Test-Driven Development (TDD) practices to ensure code quality from the outset. Advanced topics include understanding code coverage, data-driven tests, and handling difficult code scenarios using isolation techniques and mocking frameworks. By mastering these skills in Unit Testing Training, learners will be equipped to write high-quality tests, leading to more reliable and maintainable codebases.

This is a Rare Course and it can be take up to 3 weeks to arrange the training.

Purchase This Course

Fee On Request

  • Live Online Training (Duration : 40 Hours)
  • Per Participant
  • Guaranteed-to-Run (GTR)
  • date-img
  • date-img

♱ Excluding VAT/GST

Classroom Training price is on request

You can request classroom training in any city on any date by Requesting More Information

  • Live Online Training (Duration : 40 Hours)
  • Per Participant

♱ Excluding VAT/GST

Classroom Training price is on request

You can request classroom training in any city on any date by Requesting More Information

Request More Information

Email:  WhatsApp:

Koenig's Unique Offerings


1-on-1 Training

Schedule personalized sessions based upon your availability.


Customized Training

Tailor your learning experience. Dive deeper in topics of greater interest to you.


4-Hour Sessions

Optimize learning with Koenig's 4-hour sessions, balancing knowledge retention and time constraints.


Free Demo Class

Join our training with confidence. Attend a free demo class to experience our expert trainers and get all your queries answered.

Course Prerequisites

To ensure that participants can fully benefit from our Unit Testing course in .NET, the following prerequisites are recommended. These foundations will allow learners to engage with the course material effectively and apply the concepts in their work:

  • Basic knowledge of programming principles and constructs.
  • Familiarity with the C# language and .NET framework.
  • Understanding of Visual Studio IDE and its basic usage.
  • Some experience with writing and running simple .NET applications.
  • Willingness to learn new testing methodologies and tools.

It is important to note that while prior experience in unit testing is beneficial, it is not mandatory for this course. The curriculum is designed to introduce and explain unit testing concepts, making it accessible to those new to the practice.

Target Audience for Unit Testing

The Unit Testing course in .NET covers frameworks, TDD, and advanced testing techniques for developers and QA professionals.

  • Software Developers and Engineers, particularly those working with the .NET framework
  • Quality Assurance (QA) Engineers and Testers looking to specialize or improve their testing skills
  • IT Professionals interested in adopting Test-Driven Development (TDD)
  • DevOps Engineers focusing on continuous integration and testing strategies
  • Technical Team Leads and Managers overseeing development or testing teams
  • Software Architects designing systems with testability in mind
  • Computer Science students or recent graduates aiming to enhance their testing knowledge
  • Professionals transitioning to software development or QA roles with a focus on .NET technologies

Learning Objectives - What you will Learn in this Unit Testing?

Introduction to Learning Outcomes:

In this comprehensive Unit Testing course, participants will master .NET unit testing techniques, including TDD and using Visual Studio for creating robust, maintainable code.

Learning Objectives and Outcomes:

  • Understand the critical role of a developer in unit testing and the fundamentals of unit tests.
  • Learn about different .NET unit testing frameworks such as MSTest, NUnit, and xUnit.net.
  • Acquire the skills to write and structure your first unit test and comprehend the anatomy of a unit test.
  • Utilize the testing tools and features within Visual Studio to create and manage test projects efficiently.
  • Implement Test-Driven Development (TDD) practices to write better code and use refactoring techniques to improve existing code.
  • Develop the ability to write high-quality unit tests, using path testing, handling expected exceptions, and following best practices for test code maintenance.
  • Explore advanced unit testing topics in Visual Studio, including code coverage, data-driven tests, and continuous and concurrent testing strategies.
  • Learn how to handle testing with difficult or legacy code, focusing on isolating code and using doubles like stubs, fakes, and mocks.
  • Gain proficiency in using the Microsoft Fakes framework and third-party mocking frameworks such as Rhino Mocks.
  • Enhance performance and efficiency in unit testing by profiling slow tests and employing IntelliTest for legacy codebases.