Test before you code

From the developerWorks archives

Gary Pollice

Date archived: May 14, 2019 | First published: June 15, 2004

from The Rational Edge: This article describes the practice of test-first programming, or TFP, which suggests creating tests for code before you actually write the code. Pollice explains the practice using an extended example and outlines its benefits for software developers and their teams.

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