Himanshu Ahuja wrote:Yes and if there are any tools available to do so
corey haines wrote:Hi!
I think a lot of that depends on the constraints and people's familiarity with TDD. Most people that I ran into came to a coderetreat with the expectation that it was "a chance to practice or learn TDD," so they at least tried. Personally I always emphasized that a coderetreat is a great time to try new things, since the goal isn't to finish the implementation, nor even to get anywhere at all. If a single test is written, but it is a great test, then that session should be considered successful.
Liutauras Vilda wrote:I guess quite usual answer is when current implementation no longer works with new requirements. So really there is no quality evolution with an existing functionality. Which is of course sad.