Monthly Archives: June 2006

Changing the wheel on a moving car: Was Teaching TDD: How to approach?

I had started a thread on the TDD user group about how to teach TDD.  It grew and grew and I got a lot of good feed back.  I emailed Jeremy Miller asking for him to weigh in on the issues and … Continue reading

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June 29, 2006 Uncategorized

Unit Testing and TDD Resources

There are an awful lot of resources out there for TDD and unit testing. Though it can be difficult to find the good ones. I have been trying recently to accumulate a list of them. I have also just stumbled … Continue reading

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June 28, 2006 OOP, Unit Testing

Why Use Private or Protected?

Is there ever a good case to use private or protected classes? Is there ever a good case to use protected virtual/abstract members? I think the answer is no, most of the time, to both questions. Why? I value unit testing, testability, … Continue reading

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June 21, 2006 Uncategorized