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I have complicated feelings about TDD

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I practice “weak TDD”, which just means “writing tests before code, in short feedback cycles”. This is sometimes derogatively referred to as “test-first”. Strong TDD follows a much stricter “red-green-refactor” cycle…

Turns out I also practice “weak TDD” most of the time, but I didn’t know there was a (derogatory) term for it. In this post, Hillel lays out why he does weak TDD and why he doesn’t do strong TDD. Oh, and stick around to the end to learn why he thinks TDD hasn’t conquered the world…

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At least one Vim trick you might not know

I’ve been using Vim for eight years and am still discovering new things. This is usually seen as a Good Thing About Vim. In my head, though, it’s a failing of discoverability: I keep discovering new things because Vim makes it so hard to know what’s available.

Vim definitely has a discoverability problem, which is why posts like this one are so valuable and get shared around by people like us.

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