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- Thu, 31 Aug 2017 10:33:41 EST 9cestl8h No.37169
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Hey how often is test driven actually used in the real world.

Arrange - act - assert...
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Hamilton Shakeshit - Thu, 31 Aug 2017 21:14:15 EST bkh8m0qR No.37172 Reply
It has mainstream awareness and real traction, but I don't think it sees much use outside of agile teams which are themselves not the norm in most industries/places. I myself practice TDD-lite, writing tests for things that I don't fully understand or that I'm afraid of getting wrong.
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Oliver Cennerpetch - Fri, 01 Sep 2017 13:12:10 EST P6PS9CBz No.37173 Reply
I would agree with the above poster. Variants on "TDD-lite" are far more common than real full-on TDD. I think that asserts are pretty widely used (due to their low cost, low maintenance approach), though complete integration tests and even widespread use of functional testing are much less common.
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John Sockleson - Mon, 11 Sep 2017 19:29:18 EST 9QSfnS0r No.37189 Reply
It one of the things teams wholeheartedly agree on to do for "the next project" during an intense debugging session.
After that it becomes irrelevant again.

Well sort of, this stuff is usually done for code that's intended to be shared on your github curriculum, because you want people to know you can if you must.
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Jack Chobblebot - Tue, 12 Sep 2017 10:50:53 EST MEaLO7ku No.37190 Reply
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>>37189
> Well sort of, this stuff is usually done for code that's intended to be shared on your github curriculum

The pretty well sums up the quality of my code. "Will anyone else else ever look at this code? If yes then pretty code, if no then garbage."
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Frederick Drovingcocke - Fri, 17 Nov 2017 22:51:43 EST uWLieSb9 No.37235 Reply
tdd?

everyone wants to do it and you'll get points in an interview for familiarity with it, but I've never actually seen someone really do it. it's like agile, lot of people want to do it, they just have no idea how to actually make it really happen.

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