992859 wrote:Unit testing or test driven development is the methodology, JUnit is just a tool to get it started. You could also use TestNG. You can also completely skip it. You can also do it in any other language/platform you want. It has nothing to do with Java specifically.
All this to say...thanks for encouraging me to learn the basics. On the surface these languages may seem a bit similar. It is clear that Java is a much deeper language with far different methodology (like using Junit).
My final word...if you are new to Java, use the tutorials!We've been crying it for as long as this forum exists, but thanks for adding your voice too. Although I would suggest a good book first. So undervalued nowadays and still the best learning tool around, besides experimentation. The internet is great but it is also filled to the brim with misinformation, you need a solid base first to be able to split the truth from the nonsense. The same can be said for the usage of an IDE; they're great but if you don't know your way around the JDK first, things go wrong.