New PragPub article: Half of a Third of a Century in TDD

by Jeff Langr

July 06, 2016


PragPub celebrates their seventh anniversary issue this month with a large collection of feature articles–pieces by Ron Jeffries, Alistair Cockburn, Allen Holub, Michael Nygard, Jonathan Rassmusson, Venkat Subramaniam, and me (I am honored!)–reflecting on the past, present, and future of agile software development. (And there’s more! …the issue also includes articles by Johanna Rothman, Michael Swaine, Marcus Blankship, and Natasha Murashev.)

Visit The Prose Garden to grab a copy for less than a couple bucks, or to subscribe to PragPub at a measly $20 per year. You owe it to yourself to stay current with this stellar publication.

I chose to write about my feelings regarding TDD, a practice I’ve embraced for now half of my fairly long development career (Ron still has me way beat). In Half of a Third of a Century in TDD, I talk about the reasons I’ve personally found TDD to be an indispensable practice.

(I’ve linked just my article… thanks Swaine for the permission to do so!)

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Jeff Langr has been building software for 40 years and writing about it heavily for 20. You can find out more about Jeff, learn from the many helpful articles and books he's written, or read one of his 1000+ combined blog (including Agile in a Flash) and public posts.