Professional Test Driven Development with C#: Developing Real World Applications with TDD James Bender, Jeff McWherter
Bender, James, 1972- 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 (Wrox Professional Guides) book download. Posted 12 February 2013 - 05:17 PM. Whittaker Unfortunately, treating TDD as a luxury feature gives the impression to hobby and professional software developers alike that test driven design is nothing but a bell and a whistle in Visual Studio -- which it is not. 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. Right then and there I saw it: Microsoft's attitude about test driven development has been totally wrong, precisely because they were asking the worst possible person about it. 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. In the The Underlying Problems of TDD in the .Net World. Now it is very important to note that BDD is simply the evolution of the existing practice of Test Driven Development (TDD). A majority if not all of the principles of TDD are still applicable. I wondered how many people here actually use TDD in their day-to-day work. That is because TDD is not applicable in most cases in the real world. I'm giving a talk tomorrow for some students of Manchester University on Test Driven Development (TDD).