Legacy code can mean a number of related things, the most common of which are code inherited from someone else; code from a previous version of the application; code that is deprecated or outdated; or code that is untested. Many legacy systems meet all these criteria, and legacy code typically ...
I am beginning development on a legacy codebase and adding new functionality. The legacy codebase has no tests defined at all, and I dont have full control over it. I want to use TDD to help ensure ...
I'm a Java developer by trade. I was 'brought-up' in what you could call best practices. Then I took my current job. I had a choice between the Java/SOA team, and the ERP team. I was told that joining ...
My manager's manager (... and his manager, and everyone else who wears a suit) at my firm is talking about how we really need to transition to TDD because it's better than what we're doing now. ...
I've inherited a collection of desktop applications that currently have (for all intents) no automated test coverage. Generally speaking, these applications are typically deployed as a suite, ...
I am participating on the development of the web application which has several years of history behind it and there never was enough value and effort put on refactoring, so considerable part of the ...