Monthly Archives: September 2005

Understanding Unit Testing

Unit testing seems to be one of those topics that will get people to arguing.  What is a unit test?  What value do they bring?  How much time do they add to a project?  You can’t write unit tests to … Continue reading

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September 18, 2005 Uncategorized

Continuous Design: Were did design go?

I think there is a parallel between what FiT is doing for requirements and what unit tests can do for Continuous Design.  Specifically FiT provides executable requirements and unit tests provide executable design artifacts.  Grant-it you must write your unit … Continue reading

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Continuous Design and Values

So I have always thought that BDUF was flawed.  I never enjoyed it, something just felt wrong.  Over the last year I have been participating in agile experimentation at my work.  For most new features we would have to document … Continue reading

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September 11, 2005 Uncategorized