A nice Java testing MOOC

I've just finished the first week of the MOOC "Automated Software Testing: Practical Skills for Java Developers" provided by TU Delft on EdX. It looks to me they did a good job. Maybe, if you are a native English speaker, the speakers' accent could sometimes sound a bit weird. However, as continental European, I kind of enjoy it (and I know that my Italian accent sounds even funnier).

The course is focused on Java, JUnit 5, using IntelliJ as IDE.

It looks like a brand new production, so be ready to step into typos and minor mistakes here and there. The most annoying of them, is the one in Question 11 on the Quizzes.

We have to write tests to detect where is the bug in a function named mirrorEnds() that sort of detect how much a string is palindromic. Unfortunately, a wrong solution has to be selected to get the point on it!

If you are taking the course, I suggest you to have a look at the discussion forum to get help.

And, if you want to compare your code with mine, please find my forked repository on GitHub.

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