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Remote TDD experiment

kuba kubao
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Joined: Apr 03, 2011
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t is believed that the quality of code written using TDD is higher than code
written using the standard approach: code first, then test the code.
I've prepared open experiment but have found dificulties number of
participants that came. So i decied to create remote experiment that
everyone can partake
We will create Tetris game. You can choose if You want to code in TDD or
Test-After.
More informations available on experiment site:
http://chequality.heroku.com/

Thanks for any suggestions or ideas.

Best regards
Jakub Nieznalski
Jeanne Boyarsky
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Joined: May 26, 2003
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Kuba,
Question about your experiment: if people are choosing whether to do TDD or Test after, doesn't that bias the results towards what people feel most comfortable with? I imagine the segment of programmers that uses TDD is different from the ones that don't.


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