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Test Driven Development
Test Driven Development
Test Driven Development
Test Driven Development
Test Driven Development
Test Driven Development
Test Driven Development
Test Driven Development
Test Driven Development
Test Driven Development
Test Driven Development
Test Driven Development
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    • 1. Test Driven Development
    • 2. Debugging Sucks photo by Craig Hamnett: http://flickr.com/photos/craighamnett/2394016065/
    • 3.
      • “ The gain in productivity comes from a reduction in time spent debugging—you no longer spend hours looking for a bug, you find it in minutes.”
      • - Extreme Programming Explained
    • 4. Attention Span of a…
    • 5. Automated Testing
      • Lets you be more thorough without falling asleep.
    • 6.
      • “ When the system requires that you duplicate code, it is asking for refactoring.”
      • - Extreme Programming Explained
    • 7.
      • TDD
      • IS
      • ABOUT
      • CONFIDENCE
    • 8.
      • “ The customers need to prepare a set of tests that represent their confidence.”
      • - Extreme Programming Explained
    • 9.
      • “ I don’t trust anything I write until I have tests for it.”
      • - Extreme Programming Explained
    • 10.
      • Constant testing is crucial to short release cycles.
    • 11. Quality can’t be injected
    • 12. Quality is mixed in throughout
    • 13.
      • Coding is more fun and less taxing with tests in place. You are more free to refactor improve the internal quality of your products and experiment.

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