We all know that “there are only two hard things in Computer Science: cache invalidation and naming things”. However, we know that writing good tests is hard, too. Does it mean that the author of the famous quote is wrong? Not necessarily! In fact, what are tests? These are descriptions of some concepts. They answer the questions: “what?”, “when?” and “how?”. When writing tests, you are answering these questions by giving names to objects, reasons, and processes. I think writing tests is hard because it is all about naming. I believe you can significantly improve your tests just by focusing on giving them correct names. Let me tell you a story of a pull request I was reviewing some time ago.