Content tagged with: TDD
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The software development articles directory has just passed the mark of 2000 articles categorized in its database. Test-Driven Development (TDD) is currently a topic of debate in the software development community, as even the value of unit testing is questioned. Here is my selection of 10 interesting TDD articles that should help you get more knowledge on this topic. I have tried to find items that could apply more specifically to different programming languages.
Object orientation (OO) is not a trendy concept these days, but it hasn’t certainly lost it values. The purpose of this book is to integrate the development of object oriented software with the test-driven development (TDD) approach, more specifically in Java. It starts with an introduction to TDD and the tools (Junit, jMock2) that will be used. It describes then in detail the TDD process that is then illustrated by a large example. The book ends with more software testing topics like tests smells or tests readability. A final part …
How TDD and Pairing Increase Production
Continuous Integration On A Real, Big Project
Agile is NOT a Project Management Methodology
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