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comment Getting from a user-story to code while using TDD (scrum)
@Sam If that was his meaning then I agree, What I was trying to understand (and the current answers have given me something to think about) is where do I derive the requirements from since even a single unit derives from some requirement and not from thin air
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comment Getting from a user-story to code while using TDD (scrum)
Sort of, What I'm trying to understand is whether at the beginning of the sprint there is only the short user-story and then the developer needs to "dig" the info from the product? Because I was under the impression (maybe mistakenly) that when the sprint begins the developer has a set of requirements which are not done but are 80% (they are derived from a user-story). I'm trying to gather a flow. When does the transformation from a one-liner (of 2 liner) user-story go to a detailed set of specifications.
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comment Getting from a user-story to code while using TDD (scrum)
Thanks, Can you elaborate, ;), a bit more about the Story->elaboration stage? I was under the impression that a story is more of the form of: "I, as user, want to login to the website in order to buy product" This does not include enough details for me to start TDDing against as I need more details, more use-cases. More paths, happy and unhappy.
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comment Getting from a user-story to code while using TDD (scrum)
what do you mean by "ad hoc"? You need to know what you're testing when you're writing the test, that's a requirement.
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comment Getting from a user-story to code while using TDD (scrum)
I know, but I write TDD against some requirements, right? in what form should they come in?
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