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Professional Test Driven Development with C#:
Professional Test Driven Development with C#:

Professional Test Driven Development with C#: Developing Real World Applications with TDD. James Bender, Jeff McWherter

Professional Test Driven Development with C#: Developing Real World Applications with TDD


Professional.Test.Driven.Development.with.C.Developing.Real.World.Applications.with.TDD.pdf
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Professional Test Driven Development with C#: Developing Real World Applications with TDD James Bender, Jeff McWherter
Publisher: Wrox




This Refcard provides examples of Refactoring patterns that can be used in a variety of scenarios. The project does, however, give This is my first real project using SQL Server, small though it may be. In this track you will learn how to develop rich, interactive and interoperable applications for both the client and the web using our newest tools and frameworks. In the The Underlying Problems of TDD in the .Net World. TDD(a.k.a Test Driven Development) is one of the core methodologies of “Extreme Programming”, founded by Kent Beck. You'll learn Test Driven Development Techniques In recent . Jay Kimble, CodeBetter's resident AJAX guru, issued a little challenge to us TDD bloggers about using Test Driven Development to develop a custom extension to the MS Ajax ScriptManager control. You create one test based on one fraction of one requirement. Then we talk about several candidate metrics (top ten key metrics) that many real-world organizations have used to achieve real improvements and help get an excellent return on investment in Team Foundation Server implementation. Now, the very real problem that Jay's little example exposes to broad daylight: in .Net development, and especially ASP.Net WebForms development, you often have to go out of your way to create testable code. Extreme Programming (XP) has been successful as it puts more emphasis on Customer Satisfaction. I've been reading a lot about it I suppose a SQL Server guru would use SSIS or something like that to accomplish this task with no code, but that is well beyond my SQL Server skills at the moment. I've mentioned recently in Developer Growth Spurts and Project Greenfield that I am trying my hand at Test Driven Development (TDD). Test Driven Development is about very small iterations. You don't define all your tests up front. Then you implement the code to pass that test.