TDD and Visual Studio Testing

Posted by: Corporate Coder, on 13 Jan 2008 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

This blog post by Uncle Bob at Objectmentor got me thinking about how Visual Studio automated Testing can help in your Test Driven Development effort.  First off, let me say that I fervently agree with Uncle Bob that TDD cannot be replaced by automatically generating tests.  The intent of Test Driven Development is for your tests to drive your development (duh!).  So if I have to create my objects first, and then generate my tests, our tests could not possibly be dring our development.That...

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