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Mark Reyes
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Joined: Jul 09, 2007
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Hi Admin,

I just posted this morning at the OO, Pattern and UML forum and I saw my post at the top of the list. I then close my browser but when I got back to check, it seems I cant find it now. I checked on the MyPost and did not see it either.

Just would like to ask if my post has been deleted or moved?


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Mark Reyes
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Joined: Jul 09, 2007
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Hi Sir,

The subject was about Agile and Test Methods. I had already closed my notepad and was'nt able to save it since I had seen my post already.
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Here is the text of your post. It appears to have been inadvertently deleted by a moderator. Please copy it from here and post again, with our apologies.


Hi Ranchers,

I am still reading the book by Uncle Bob (Agile Software Development Principles..) and I can say that the wealth of ideas are really deep. Good thing I purchase this.

But I do have a question in my mind, the book always mentions about Test Driven Development. You make changes only after a failing test reveals it.
Honestly, I just read on the topics about Unit Testing just to cope up with the details of the book but I really dont have a deep knowledge about it.

Can I still be called agile by just following those design principles and patterns at the book without applying those test first methodology? I am just curious if others are really following the Test Driven Methodology in the face of changing software requirements.

Just want to know others thoughts about my question..



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Mark Reyes
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Joined: Jul 09, 2007
Posts: 426
Hi Sir,

Apologies are never needed, Javaranch is so helpful to many that minor things like this can be neglected...

Thank you..
 
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