[python-uk] Future Dojo idea ... randomised trials
ntoll at ntoll.org
Tue Feb 7 17:23:48 CET 2012
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This sounds like the most awesomested idea for a dojo evar. :-)
And yes, I agree with you in your original post that a vacuum is a bad
thing. Like anything worth doing I suppose it's a balancing act so
people don't feel coerced into methodology X while being exposed to it
in such a way that they take away the stuff that inspires / works for
Any / all suggestions for how to walk this tightrope are most welcome! :-)
On 07/02/12 15:59, Jonathan Hartley wrote:
> People are always banging on about how programming lacks
> scientific rigour when it comes to evaluating common practice.
> Is TDD *always* faster?
> Is it *ever* faster?
> Who knows? Fortunately, we have the tools to answer the question
> once and for all. We, at the London Dojo, could run a randomised
> I'm curious what results we'd get if we randomly made some Dojo
> teams use TDD for the assignment, and others not. Our usual time
> contraints result in a mad scramble for the finish line. Would TDD
> make the task harder, or easier? Would the results be more
> functional, or less?
> Perhaps it doesn't make sense: A team assigned to do TDD might only
> have members who were not practiced in it. But I can't help but
> wonder what results it would produce. Is anyone else curious?
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