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May
18
comment TDD: Am I doing it right?
Thanks for the good links. I'm half way through reading "Clean Code" and have a few other books lined up to read like "Code Complete" so there is still a lot more I need to learn. I just figured I would see if I was thinking about all this in the right direction.
May
18
comment TDD: Am I doing it right?
That pretty much addresses what I was concerned about. I was feeling that I shouldn't be testing every method like I was, but wasn't sure. Looks like I may still need to read some more about TDD.
May
18
comment TDD: Am I doing it right?
Getter and setter tests don't take long, so I probably will continue to do them. However, I never copy and paste any of my code so I don't run into that issue.
May
18
comment TDD: Am I doing it right?
I was writing tests for getters and setters too so thanks for that tip. That'll save me some un-needed work.
May
18
comment TDD: Am I doing it right?
Ahh, okay. That's not what I'm doing. I just usually end up thinking of a different situation I could test my methods a ways down the line after I've already made their initial test. I was just making sure those 'extra' tests were worth making, or if it was over doing it.
May
16
comment Design a program and methods of doing so
I'll read it then. Thanks. :D
May
16
comment Design a program and methods of doing so
Wow, thanks! Those sound like some really useful tips and I'll be sure to read those books. Right now I'm reading Code Complete. Thanks DXM
May
15
comment Design a program and methods of doing so
@D3mon-1stVFW I'm reading that now, seems to be what I'm looking for.
May
15
comment Design a program and methods of doing so
Thanks for the answer. I like your suggestion of starting something small and growing on it, I'll have to do that. :)
May
15
comment Design a program and methods of doing so
@PeterRitchie Alright, I'll take a look at that. Thank you.