how to become a really good Python programmer?
peter at engcorp.com
Sat Jun 19 02:49:51 CEST 2004
Eric S. Johansson wrote:
> TDD reminds me of a technique I used for many years called radical
> top-down design. This technique was developed in the 1970s but probably
> became not PC because you could not predict (even grossly) how long you
> would take and the team requirements. The reason it was successful is
> because you never wrote more than a few lines of code before writing a
> test case to exercise those lines of code.
Very interesting... it's "exactly" TDD, only reversed. I wonder if
others in the testdrivendevelopment mailing list on yahoo have heard
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