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Some myths of 'Textbook-TDD', and why they are wrong

, 23 Jan 2013 CPOL 5.7K
During the last months, I was (for some reasons that are not related to programming) working for a dev shop where software development was done the 'traditional' way: You just write your application's production code, do it as good as you can, and hopefully it will be good enough and no problems wil

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Thomas Weller
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I'm a freelance software developer/architect located in Southern Germany with 10+ years of experience in C++, VB, and C# software projects. In the last few years I do all my coding exclusively in C#.
I am especially dedicated to Test-driven development, OO architecture, and software quality assurance issues and tools.
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