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Pradeep bhatt
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Hello Lasse

Does the examples in book use Java or a reader of your book apply concepts into any language ?
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Lasse Koskela
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All the examples are in Java (and Java 5, specifically) but the concepts are portable to other object-oriented languages. Also, Part 3 is mostly technology-agnostic.


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mahmoud allam
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How TDD affect the testing phase in the SW life cycle?Does we need any testing if we use TDD?


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Originally posted by mahmoud allam:
How TDD affect the testing phase in the SW life cycle? Does we need any testing if we use TDD?

Yes, you should test the software regardless of whether the code was written test-first or not. While it's likely that test-driven software has less bugs, it doesn't guarantee zero-defect software. Besides, not all defects can be detected by a test that operates a single object or a couple of collaborating objects.

In other words, while TDD helps produce higher quality software, it's not a silver bullet.
 
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