First International Test Driven Development took place on July 10th.
In this series, I will include every talk together with my notes and further reading.
Hopefully, a lot of readers will watch and rewatch the talks, as they are worth several reviews.
Daniel Moka is a TDD enthusiast and boundary pusher who has a strong passion for crafting quality software while using education to change the world. He has a solid background in building enterprise solutions using the .NET stack deployed to cloud environments. He is on a mission to raise the software quality standards worldwide and to help individuals and corporates to produce efficient, elegant, and quality software.
TL;DR: TDD Manifesto aims to settle common grounds to TDD after many years of real-world usage.
My Personal notes
- Daniel presented TDD Manifesto
- The TDD manifesto celebrates 20 years of the Agile Manifesto.
- There are lots of misunderstandings about TDD.
- Manifesto has several sections:
- Values of TDD
- What is not TDD
- Getting Started
- A clean test
- About us
If we want to trust our code, we need to trust our tests.
- Twitter @tddmanifestobot
- Hashtag #tddmanifesto
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