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Introduction to TDD
Introduction to TDD
Introduction to TDD
Introduction to TDD
Introduction to TDD
Introduction to TDD
Introduction to TDD
Introduction to TDD
Introduction to TDD
Introduction to TDD
Introduction to TDD
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Introduction to Test Driven Development

Introduction to Test Driven Development

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  • 1. Test Driven DevelopmentGil ZilberfeldTypemock, Product Manager3-Sep-2012 @gil_zilberfel
  • 2. About me…• Agile practices• Automated testing and TDD• Product management• http://www.gilzilberfeld.com• @gil_zilberfeld• gil.zilberfeld@gmail.com @gil_zilberfel
  • 3. Test Driven Development @gil_zilberfel
  • 4. Example @gil_zilberfel
  • 5. eXtreme Programming“Code the unit test first.”“When you create your tests first, before thecode, you will find it much easier and fasterto create your code.” http://www.extremeprogramming.org @gil_zilberfel
  • 6. Pros• Same tools • Better design• Better coverage • Know when• Quick feedback you’re done• Less debugging • Rhythm Think before your code! @gil_zilberfel
  • 7. Cons• Requires discipline• Easier in greenfield projects• Better in pairs and groups• Not for everyone @gil_zilberfel
  • 8. Principles• Plan ahead • Smallest amount of code to pass the test • Just to pass the• Pick good names test! • Focus on the• Small steps current test • Empty tests for later Discipline, discipline, discipline! @gil_zilberfel
  • 9. More TDD @gil_zilberfel
  • 10. TDD in Legacy Code• Start a bug fix with a test• Start a feature with a test Not just for greenfield projects! @gil_zilberfel
  • 11. Alphabet Soup• TDD = Test-driven development/design• UT = Unit testing• ATDD = Acceptance test-driven development• BDD = Behavior driven development @gil_zilberfel
  • 12. Resources• codekata.pragprog.com• jamesshore.com/Blog/ Lets-Play• www.typemock.com @gil_zilberfel
  • 13. Summary• TDD works for all kind of projects• It’s all in your head• Discipline and persistence pays off• Start today @gil_zilberfel
  • 14. Questions?(Maybe later?) http://www.gilzilberfeld.com @gil_zilberfeld gil.zilberfeld@gmail.com @gil_zilberfel

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