Developer C# since 12 years. I read a lot about TDD, DDD and Software Craftmanship. I go frequently to some meetup like (ALT.NET, SC...)


What i wish i had known before starting TDD

  • Lightening
  • Practices
  • Craftsmanship
  • Code

Through the story of my learning about putting in place tests for a legacy code base, with the attempts, failures and of course successes, I will explain :

  • The novice errors : not maintenable tests, not enough focus on the design and forgetting the big picture
  • How i improved my skills with reading, training and some help from the developer community
  • How i found again the pleasure of coding


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