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I can’t find repository : https://github.com/TechnologyConversations/tdd-java-ch02-example-junit.git
Are you referring to the repository in the book or…?
Sure, at the end of Section 2.6.1 of Chapter 2, the whole source code, which can be stored in the repository: https://github.com/TechnologyConversations/tdd-java-ch02-example-junit.git or https: // bitbucket Found in .org / vfarcic / tdd-java-ch02-example-junit.git
But both 2 sites are inaccessible.
Sorry to hear that! It’s definitely somewhat unpleasant that the link in the book does not point to the resource correctly. You can find the code in here https://bitbucket.org/vfarcic/tdd-java-ch02-example-junit.
Thank you so much!Your are so nice as your book.