- Understand about test first approach
- Why TDD is important for agile team
- How to maximize code coverage?
- How TDD is more useful for emergent design
TDD is popular mostly within a self-organized team. TDD and refactoring helps the team to minimize technical debts and write only code that’s needed as per business conditions. This training is completely hands-on and team can follow any technologies like .Net, Java or C++.
- many teams report significant reductions in defect rates, at the cost of a moderate increase in initial development effort
- the same teams tend to report that these overheads are more than offset by a reduction in effort in projects’ final phases
- although empirical research has so far failed to confirm this, veteran practitioners report that TDD leads to improved design qualities in the code, and more generally a higher degree of “internal” or technical quality, for instance improving the metrics of cohesion and coupling
- Acceptance Criteria. When writing some new code, you usually have a list of features that are required, or acceptance criteria that needs to be met.
- Tidier Code.
- Safer Refactoring.
- Fewer Bugs.
- Increasing Returns.