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Scientific Visualization
Agile
Java
TDD

Apr
2
awarded  Good Answer
Mar
21
revised Why write tests for code that I will refactor?
it's --> its
Mar
18
answered From a TDD perspective, am I a bad person if I test against a live endpoint instead of a mock?
Mar
3
revised Questions about TDD and unit testing
fixed missing parens
Feb
15
revised TDD negative experience
Many, many typos
Feb
15
awarded  Excavator
Feb
14
revised Why does TDD work?
typo
Nov
21
awarded  Yearling
Nov
3
revised Should you always pass the bare minimum data needed into a function
changed it's to its. Added punctuation.
Sep
27
comment Should I combine similar functions even though they are slightly different?
The answer is still substantially the same. You can represent this in other ways (eg Connect can call Bring Window Forward) but the two controls have different logic and should therefore have different handlers.
Sep
27
answered Should I combine similar functions even though they are slightly different?
Aug
6
comment Writing Tests for Existing Code
+1. If you write the tests based on the documentation, you will discover any discrepancies between the working code and the documentation, and that's invaluable.
Aug
6
revised Writing Tests for Existing Code
it's --> its
Jul
23
revised TDD / one test representing the whole scenario ? or should I split it?
it's --> its
Jul
15
revised Is it sometimes reasonable to cut corners and expect to re-write software in a couple of years?
typos
Jul
5
awarded  Nice Answer
Jul
3
answered Why is TDD not working here?
Jun
20
awarded  Nice Answer
Jun
20
awarded  Nice Answer
May
11
comment A weakness of the TDD method?
The TDD method does not apply when you are not using it. There are many approaches to designing software; it is just one. Like other approaches, it applies only when you choose to use it.