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Monthly Archives: June 2006

Jay Fields offers some observations on TDD

One of my favorite bloggers, Jay Fields, has a great post up today –> Some Test Driven Development observations that’s a great overview of learning effective TDD techniques and concepts with plenty of good links. I don’t entirely agree with some of … Continue reading 

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A tear your hair out kind of bug

I had a scary seeming bug this afternoon that I had to share.  Our tester showed me a problem with a web application not showing a valid option in a dropdown box on a staging environment server.  After totally dismissing … Continue reading 

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May the Flow be with You

Another follow up to “Test Small, Before Testing Big“ We’re most productive when we are coding “in the flow,” a mental state described as being fully immersed in an activity with a feeling of energized focus and success.  It’s the … Continue reading 

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TDD and Debugging

Just a quick follow up to my post on “Test Small Before Testing Big.” It’s relatively easy to sell the long term benefits of TDD is to make the code much easier and safer to modify, but in the short … Continue reading 

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Nick Parker on StructureMap

Nick Parker has a short (positive) evaluation of StructureMap up on his blog at http://developernotes.com/archive/2006/05/31/858.aspx.   Thanks Nick.

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