Test Driven Development


I’ve been thinking more and more about Test Driven Development in recent weeks. TDD is my preferred way to develop new applications, though I’m not as religious as some. I know that there are many that are still not convinced, and many more that are outright against the practice. (Read […]

Test Driven Development Is About Design


I was recently asked to give a presentation to a team, introducing them to Test Driven Development (TDD). I was first introduced to TDD 3 or 4 years ago and have enjoyed relaying my experiences and sharing my new passion with my fellow developers. When I first started with TDD […]

More than 6 Resources to Learn TDD


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Last month I had the honor of speaking at the Orlando .NET User Group (ONETUG) in Orlando Florida. My talk, entitled TDD: A Pragmatic Approach seemed to be of interest to everyone in attendance. Lots of questions and interest around Test Driven Development. After the presentation we continued the discussions […]

A Pragmatic Approach to TDD



Too often I hear, “the client won’t pay for unit tests” or “I don’t like writing¬†tests”. Ok. If you can guarantee a high level of quality and productivity without tests, go for it. Sadly its these same individuals and teams that have devoted days, weeks, or entire sprints to fixing […]

Bugs Will Be Fixed on Your Time


A Thorough Example We are about to embark on a journey. I, along with your help, will endeavor to create a complete website example using the trends I listed in my last post. Clayton Hunt Clayton has been programming professionally since 2005 doing mostly web development with an emphasis on […]

Getting a Tutorial Project Started