Matt Honeycutt doesn’t like development friction and especially testing friction. Over the last several years, his approach to test-driven development and the style of test cases he creates have changed drastically in an effort to eliminate testing frication. In these screencasts, he uses TDD to implement a class in RageFeed. Starting with very coarse, high-friction unit tests, they will show you how you can gradually reduce the friction by creating better tests. Finally, you will see how easy it is to create clean, readable, specification-style tests in RageFeed today.
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