TDD Archive

Bridging the Gap Between Requirements & Tests

Building great software requires a thorough understanding of the real needs of our customer. Techniques such as ATDD, BDD and Specification by Example help us understand the requirements by describing how the software has to behave in

Test-Driven Development And Behavior-Driven Development in PHP

The PHP Roundtable discusses two software testing approaches: test-driven development (TDD) and behavior-driven development (BDD). The participants talk about how these two methodologies bring a unique angle to testing software and how we can use them in

Test-Driven Development with JavaFX

This session presents existing testing tools and frameworks in their current stage of development. It compares the capabilities and the kinds of impacts of existing projects. The presentation pays particular attention to questions such as How can


Software developers generally don’t write poor, unmaintainable code out of any malicious or deliberate intent. They do it because software development is complex and there is not enough feedback in the process to ensure they adhere to

TDD With Refactoring Maniacs

Classic old-school TDD recommends refactoring as part of every cycle — red, green, refactor. In fact, it recommends refactoring mercilessly. Relentlessly. To succeed at classic TDD, you have to be some kind of refactoring maniac!