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Breaking the Millennium Mark with Unit Tests

Today my project on finally broke the Millennium mark for Unit Tests. I am pretty happy about this because when I took over the project there were NO unit tests. The effort to get to this point has been pretty substantial and exhausting. But I believe that the product will be MUCH better because of this.

 <Patting team/self on back>


Posted 05-01-2007 8:00 AM by Derik Whittaker
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dwvisser wrote re: Breaking the Millennium Mark with Unit Tests
on 05-12-2007 1:19 PM

Congratulations! I'm just getting started putting TDD into practice. It's a lot of effort up front but it didn't take long to start feeling the benefits. (Sounds like exercise, doesn't it?)

Derik Whittaker wrote re: Breaking the Millennium Mark with Unit Tests
on 05-14-2007 7:45 AM

Yes, it is a lot like exercise.  Like exercise it is painful, but very much worth the effort in the long run.

Good luck with your TDD efforts.

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