Microservices and Outside-in Tests Using C# and Docker Compose

Is This For Me?

I’m going to showcase how I prefer to structure my microservice repositories while I practice Outside-in TDD using C# and Docker Compose.

I’ll show you how I create the skeleton repository with some initial tests. We will implement some temporary behaviour to satisfy the tests before replacing it with a…

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Andrew Craven

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Freelance Engineer, Architect, Problem Solver etc. https://twitter.com/acraven_dev

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