Tag Archives: atdd

Agile '06 Workshop: Example-Based Specifications

Exploring example-based specifications. Continue reading

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Extreme Test Makeover – Agile ’06

Lessons for Fit. Continue reading

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Review – Fit for Developing Software

Review of “Fit for Developing Software” by Mugridge and Cunningham. Continue reading

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Fit Reading (Part 8 of 8) – RowFixture

Fit code, part 8, RowFixture. Continue reading

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Fit Reading (Part 7 of 8) – ColumnFixture

Fit part 7, ColumnFixture. Continue reading

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Semantics of Fit: A Path Toward New Tools

Fit’s standard interpretation tells us how well a program does against a set of test cases. We can design new semantics for reporters (that give us interesting information) and for rewriters (that make interesting transformations of our tests). Continue reading

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Fit Reading (Part 6 of 8) – TypeAdapter

Fit code, part 6 – TypeAdapter. Continue reading

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Fit Reading (Part 5 of 8) – ActionFixture

Fit code, part 5 – ActionFixture. Continue reading

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Fit Reading (Part 4 of 8) – Fixture

Fit code, part 4 – Fixtures. Continue reading

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Fit Reading (part 3 of 8) – Parse and Fixture

Fit code, part 3. Continue reading

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Fit Reading (Part 2 of 8)

Fit’s code, part 2. Continue reading

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Fit Reading (part 1 of 8)

A tour of Fit’s code. Continue reading

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Procedural and Declarative Tests

Procedural tests focus on a series of steps; declarative tests work from the input and states. Procedural tests are natural to write, but consider whether a declarative test expresses your intent more concisely and clearly. Continue reading

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Tools – Especially JUnit and Fit

JUnit is a tool for unit testing; Fit is a tool for system testing. Continue reading

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Fit Spreadsheet – Output

Starting Fit To use fit, you create a web page that has tables in it; the tables specify tests. (There are other options but that is easiest.) In this case, I'm using Microsoft Word™ and saving the file in HTML … Continue reading

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