I recently received the book in a giveaway at my first visit to a Dayton .NET Developer’s Group meeting. I was pleasantly surprised because I had just made a point of getting the book a few days prior when I saw one of my co-workers, Ken, reading it. I was able to read the book in an evening and I truly enjoyed it. I do have some experience with NUnit so I am no beginner, but I am in no way an expert either. Much of what I have learned I have learned by example or on my own. It was good for me to get a thorough understanding of the idealogy and concepts using tools that I use: VS.NET, NUnit, TestDriven.NET, etc. It helped solidify some of my own assumptions as well as give me a good background and springboard for the future. It was a good read and a good resource and I highly recommend it.
Now I will have to get hold of the other two books in the series: Pragmatic Version Control using Subversion and Pragmatic Automation (if and when a .NET version becomes available). I will also have to checkout some of the other Pragmatic Programmer titles.