The Thing About Testing – Part II

In my previous blog post entitled The Thing About Testing, I detailed my experiences as a Professional Services Consultant and the many different scenarios of trying to implement business application solutions. Today, I’d like to share three stories of how developers can determine what levels of testing is needed to ascertain that their “work” or …

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The Thing about Testing

My experiences in Professional Services Consulting have exposed me to many different scenarios and perspectives of trying to implement business application solutions, both large and small scale. As the end user, the developer, the systems architect or the project manager the dilemma I am often faced with understanding is “when is something truly ready?” When …

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Introduction to Test Driven Development

Software Lifecycle and Quality Traditionally, when developers work on a software project, they write the application code or parts of it, and then test that code to verify correct implementation of the requirements. This unit testing process is usually a manual one, where the code is run interactively and tested immediately after development. Further development …

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