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Android Test-Driven Development by Tutorials

Second Edition · Android 11 · Kotlin 1.5 · Android Studio 4.2.1

Section II: Testing on a New Project

Section 2: 8 chapters
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Section III: TDD on Legacy Projects

Section 3: 8 chapters
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About the Authors

Victoria Gonda is an author of this book. Victoria is an Android Engineer and technical author. The conferences she has spoken at have been an enjoyable way to connect with the technical community and exchange information with others. She was drawn to programming because of its potential to help people in a meaningful way. In her spare time, Victoria enjoys dancing and curling up with a good book. You can connect with her on Twitter at @TTGonda.

Lance Gleason is an author of this book. Over the years, he has worked in everything from server side development, IoT, wearables, to mobile development. He began his TDD journey as a Ruby developer and has been an Android fan ever since he preordered the G1 in 2008. After a few years of being an Android fan he finally took the plunge into Android development when he became a Google Glass Explorer in 2013. He’s had a chance to work on project for organizations ranging from small startups to large companies with millions of users. When he is not writing code, you can find him traveling to interesting places, wine tasting, scuba diving or exploring a new hobby or interest. You can find him on Twitter at @lgleasain.

Fernando Sproviero is an author of this book. He’s a mobile developer who works in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He’s a graduated software engineer who enjoys learning and discussing about good practices and architecture. He’s passionate about Android, iOS and API backend development. You can reach out to him on Twitter @fernandospr or on LinkedIn @fernandosproviero.

About the Editors

Jonathan Wong is the final pass editor of this book. Whether it’s Android or iOS, as long as it’s mobile, he’s interested. Jonathan is a Pluralsight author, YouTuber and is a member of the video team at He’s a software engineer in sunny San Diego where he’s worked on everything from mobile apps, to front-end Javascript, to server-side development. When he’s not taking care of his two kids, three cats, or three chickens, he’s usually trying to steal away time for a good run or a good cup of coffee. You can follow him on Twitter at @fattywaffles.

About the Artist

Vicki Wenderlich is the designer and artist of the cover of this book. She is Ray’s wife and business partner. She is a digital artist who creates illustrations, game art and a lot of other art or design work for the tutorials and books on When she’s not making art, she loves hiking, a good glass of wine and attempting to create the perfect cheese plate.

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