Test Driven Development
TDD Design Starter Kit: It’s All about Assigning Responsibilities
TDD Design Starter Kit – State vs. Interaction Testing
TDD Design Starter Kit – Dependency Inversion Principle
TDD Design Starter Kit – Responsibilities, Cohesion, and Coupling
TDD Design Starter Kit – Static Methods and Singletons May Be Harmful
Succeed with TDD by designing with TDD
Unit Testing Business Logic without Tripping Over the Database
Haacked on TDD and Jeremy’s First Rule of TDD
Jeremy’s Second Law of TDD: Push, Don’t Pull
Achieve Better Results by following Jeremy’s Third Law of TDD: Test Small
Before Testing Big – I think this is the most important lesson for
making TDD work for you
How much design before unit testing, and how much design knowledge before
So How do You Introduce TDD into an Organization or Team?
Dependency Injection and Inversion of Control
Inversion of Control with the Plugin Pattern
What’s so great about Inversion of Control?
The Dependency Injection Pattern – What is it and why do I care?
Mock Objects and Stubs: The Bottle Brush of TDD
Why and When to Use Mock Objects
Best and Worst Practices for Mock Objects
Mock Objects are your Friend
I just spent the last couple of hours reading the 150 pages I printed
out from his blog. Its an impressive body of work. N.B. Yes the
examples are all in C# but for the most part its not relevant the ideas
are portable across most languages.
BTW my absence this past week is largely due to the effort I put into preparing and giving a tutorial Introducing TDD.
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