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When do you write your tests?

After having applied TDD for several years now, and after having assumed my colleagues do the same, I have been surprised lately to hear how many developers write their tests after their code. Test-driven development is meant to be: Write a test See that it fails (and fails correctly) Write your code See that your […]

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Testing your code

Thinking about it, the team I work in has quite a lot of ‘security checkpoints’ for our code. We try to put as many pieces of code under unit test. However, we are often hindered by an old framework that can be described as a sort of ‘CSLA meets Active Record’. If unittests are impossible, […]

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Everyone does Agile Software Development

Ok, not everyone does, but you have to admit it’s a trend in the software development world and a good one for that. But if you’re already developing in an agile manner or plan to, take 5 minutes to stop reading about scrum, TDD, XP and other Agile methods and check out the basics. In […]

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