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Fighting the Software Uncertainty principle. SCRUM+TDD+CI+SELENIUM+cfEngine

“The outcome of the execution of E-type software entails a degree of uncertainty, the outcome of execution cannot be absolutely predicted”, or more fully, “Even if the outcome of past execution of an E-type program has previously been admissible, the … Continue reading

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What does TDD have to offer?

There is no difference between the notion of Test-Driven-Development and that of Test-Driven-Design; rather the former implies the later, meaning the Test-Driven-Development brings to Test-Driven-Design. The benefits of TDD are obvious, many studies have been carried out and some say … Continue reading

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