Mark Nadelson has provided a well-written tutorial for a novel (to me, at any rate) use of Aspect-Oriented Programming in Java. Read the "print" version to get the whole article in one lump without the commercials.
When you write jUnit tests, you often encounter a need to create mock objects (e.g. using JMock or EasyMock) that can simulate some external dependency of the software under test. Mark has extended this idea to any external component that has an interface. In order to determine whether the software under test uses a mock component or the real one, he uses dynamic aspect-weaving by means of Spring AOP with AspectJ annotations.
I've got to have a play with this approach to see whether it can be used flexibly enough to support TDD fully. One problem I could foresee is that the pointcut specification is not in the test script but in the mock object (i.e. the class that implements the aspect). So it might be less than straightforward to link the mock object to specific test cases/steps. By contrast, when you use JMock in a jUnit test, you specify both the mock object and its expectations in one place.