In the late 90s I was asked to teach an "introduction to C for programmers" course at a large Swedish company. Turned out that my definition of programmer was quite different than that of the company.
Configuration files or APIs
Configuration files is something we have always been familiar with and with cloud services I think more and more configuration has started to move into code. But I was very intrigued by yet a different concept used by a team I worked with a while back; configuration APIs for temporary changes.
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TDD helps you enforce the single responsibility principle
When I was writing last week's post I also thought about how TDD (or rather BDD) has helped me to early detect violations of the single responsibility principle.
Posted by cellfish at 07:12 No comments:
Will TDD really drive your design?
One of the most common arguments I've heard from TDD skeptics is that TDD does not drive your design. And this statement is both true and false.
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