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Of all the exciting ideas and revelations that came from Kent Beck's original XP book, Test-First Programming has been the one that most significantly affected the way I work on a day-to-day basis. I love programming test-first. It's a great way to take a large, amorphous task and solve it piece by piece. It's also a nice morale boost -- "Hey, I know that my code does nine things.
Agitating Thoughts & Ideas The Way of Testivus - Unit Testing Wisdom From An Ancient Software Start-up by Alberto Savoia April 26, 2007 Summary Some good advice on developer and unit testing, packaged as cryptic bits of ancient Eastern wisdom in the hope of getting your attention. Please note: for a nicely formatted, easy to read, and perfect for printing, copy of this material in PDF (complete with antique looking papyrus) you can go to: http://www.agitar.com/downloads/TheWayOfTestivus.pdf Less unit testing dogma.