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Towards a Theory of Test-Driven Development

Towards a Theory of Test-Driven Development | TDD | Scoop.it
This post examines how well we really understand the practice of Test-Driven Development (TDD). Red, Green, Refactor By now we all know that Test-Driven Development (TDD) follows a simple cycle con...
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George Dinwiddie's blog » TDD Hat

George Dinwiddie's blog » TDD Hat | TDD | Scoop.it
I've achieved some notoriety with my Test Driven Development hat. Not so much when I wear it at ... I only built one, to use as a prop when I'm describing Test Driven Development. Apparently there is more demand than I ...
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Feelings Erased: Test Driven Development - objections, part 2

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Feelings Erased: Test Driven Development - objections, part 2 http://t.co/z9mGnaxT (via Instapaper)
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TDD and software archaeology « Dave Nicolette

TDD and software archaeology « Dave Nicolette | TDD | Scoop.it
Can you tell by looking at the unit test cases whether the code's author wrote the tests first? During a TDD class I taught last week, one of the participants suggested that you can't tell. Completed code and unit tests would look ...
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Test-Driven Development [INFOGRAPHIC] – Infographic List

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... Infographics - www.infographiclist.com. You are here: Home / Other / Test-Driven Development [INFOGRAPHIC] ... Filed Under: Other Tagged With: TDD, Test-Driven Development. « Television Viewership By The Numbers ...
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“TDD ignores the design” “No it doesn’t” “Yes it does” – Part 1 | James Grenning’s Blog

“TDD ignores the design” “No it doesn’t” “Yes it does” – Part 1 | James Grenning’s Blog | TDD | Scoop.it
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Creating an ATDD Ready Sprint Backlog in Scrum

Creating an ATDD Ready Sprint Backlog in Scrum | TDD | Scoop.it
Learn how to create a Product Backlog in a Scrum Sprint that is ready for Acceptance Test Driven Development (ATDD)...
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TDD: Is There Really Any Debate Any Longer? | Dr Dobb's

TDD: Is There Really Any Debate Any Longer? | Dr Dobb's | TDD | Scoop.it
A reader's response to the Dr. Dobb's editorial on the universal acceptance of unit testing wonders: Why not TDD, too?
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Reconsidering Acceptance Test Driven Development - I

Where Matt Reconsiders ATDD. Part One.(Reconsidering Acceptance Test Driven Development - I http://t.co/JosACF9f...)...
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Solid Craft: Test Driven Traps, part 1

Solid Craft: Test Driven Traps, part 1 | TDD | Scoop.it
Test Driven Development, like all good games in the world, is simple to learn, hard to master. I've started in 2005, when a brilliant guy named Piotr Szarwas, gave me the book “Test Driven Development: By Example” (Kent ...
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Bob Martin's Three Laws of TDD | Jub's Stuff

Bob Martin describes Test-Driven Development using these three simple rules: • Do not write production code unless it is to make a failing unit test pass. • Do not write more of a unit test than is sufficient to fail, and build ...
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TDD and the Power of Habit | The Farr Side

TDD and the Power of Habit | The Farr Side | TDD | Scoop.it
“Champions don't do extraordinary things. They do ordinary things, but they do them without thinking, too fast for the other team to react. They follow the habits they've learned.” –Tony Dungy image. The quote above comes ...
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coding is like cooking: TDD in terms of states and moves

coding is like cooking: TDD in terms of states and moves | TDD | Scoop.it
RT @masihjesus: a more visualized & detailed description of #TDD by @emilybache -> http://t.co/SwSUGmYx [interesting points can b ...
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Test Driven Development

I am someone who has been doing Test Driven Development (also called Test First Development) for more than 6 years, and I cannot emphasis enough on how phenomenally it has transformed the code quality.
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Feelings Erased: Test Driven Development - objections, part 1

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The Differences Between Test-First Programming and Test-Driven ...

The Differences Between Test-First Programming and Test-Driven ... | TDD | Scoop.it
Test-First Programming doesn't say anything about other activities in the development cycle, like requirements analysis and design. This is a big difference with Test-Driven Development (TDD), since in TDD, the tests drive the ...
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Simply Writing Tests Is Not Test Driven Development | Java Code ...

There is a common misunderstanding in the software world — simply writing tests is test driven development. Test driven development (TDD) is about ensuring that your software is functioning, as well as ensuring that the ...
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“TDD ignores the design” “No it doesn’t” “Yes it does” – Part 2 | James Grenning’s Blog

“TDD ignores the design” “No it doesn’t” “Yes it does” – Part 2 | James Grenning’s Blog | TDD | Scoop.it
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How test-driven development works (and more!) – jbrains

How test-driven development works (and more!) – jbrains | TDD | Scoop.it
RT @ajlopez: How test-driven development works (and more!
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OMG, Test Driven Development actually works! - JP's blog

OMG, Test Driven Development actually works! - JP's blog | TDD | Scoop.it
OMG, Test Driven Development actually works! (RT @openinput: RT @openinput: RT @pedromsantos: OMG, Test Driven Development Actually Works!
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Test Seams in C: Function pointers vs. Preprocessor hash defines vs. Link-time substitution

Test Seams in C: Function pointers vs. Preprocessor hash defines vs. Link-time substitution | TDD | Scoop.it
When replacing production C code with test doubles (or fakes), there are three basic approaches: function pointers, preprocessor hash defines, and link time-time substitution.  All three are exampl...
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Unit tests: An API design tool

Many people think that unit tests are written to catch bugs, however this is only partially right.

 

Test first is API design!


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How to avoid the very dangerous ALWAYS-GREEN test

When a test passes the first time it’s ever run, a developer’s reaction is “Great! Let’s move on!”. Well this can be a dangerous practice as I discovered one cold rainy day. 


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Twelve Benefits of Writing Unit Tests First | J. Timothy King's Blog

Why do programmers hate writing unit tests? Why do they hate even more writing unit tests before coding? You don't have to answer.
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