TDD is Seldom Understood


I read and re twitted the post by Chris Fox titled “Test-Driven Development is Fundamentally Wrong” in Hacker Noon. In the past few months, I have been reading multiple articles a day about TDD. It seems to me that most people (i.e., software engineers and software managers) have heard about the benefits of using TDD, but it all collapses when understanding and applying the proper concepts or fundamental nature. Continue reading “TDD is Seldom Understood”

Agile Design

As I have already mentioned in a previous post, I purchased and are currently reading the book “Agile Software Development Principles, Patterns and Practices” by Robert C. Martin. I am about to start reading section 2 titled “Agile Design”.

The author lists the following seven symptoms of poor design which on their own are very important to observe (I believe they are called code smells): Continue reading “Agile Design”