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  • Technical Debt, How we accumulate it, and how we can reduce it

    All software projects will amass some amount of technical debt. This is not a necessarily bad thing; it is just he cost of doing business. As developers the only thing we can do is try to control/limit the amount of technical debt we build up. If you agree that all software projects build up some amount...
    Posted to Derik Whittaker by Derik Whittaker on 05-25-2007
    Filed under: Development, Methodology, TDD
  • Some great post on the value of TDD over at Codebetter.com

    Today there are some great posts over at codebetter.com about the value of TDD. In my opionion these are a must read for everyone. How can I convince my management/other developers of the value of unit testing? And here's a number you can take to the bank!! Great post Jean-Paul
    Posted to Derik Whittaker by Derik Whittaker on 05-23-2007
    Filed under: TDD, Shout-Out
  • Learning to use Mocks and the power they provide

    Up until a few months ago I had never even attempted to use mocks ( NMock , RhinoMock , etc). Every time I would read about Mocking I thought to myself, this is kinda cool, but seems to be a waste of energy. At the time I saw Mocks as only a way to create ‘placeholders’ for business/data classes. I did...
    Posted to Derik Whittaker by Derik Whittaker on 05-23-2007
    Filed under: Development, Agile, Methodology, TDD
  • 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...
    Posted to Derik Whittaker by Derik Whittaker on 05-01-2007
    Filed under: Agile, TDD
  • Handling Events in Unit Tests with anonymous delegates

    Recently a co-worker of mine (Lou, smart guy… (Lou, your shameless plug)) needed to test a UI control that raised an event upon certain conditions. In order to handle this event he needed to have some way to trap that it was raised. The solution he came up with was simple and elegant.., use an anonymous...
    Posted to Derik Whittaker by Derik Whittaker on 04-23-2007
    Filed under: Development, Agile, TDD
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