Test-driven development (TDD) is a design engineering process relying on a very short development cycle. A TDD approach software development would need a comprehensive review of the requirements or design before writing out the functional code. In this process, development begins by writing the test case, and then the code is put to test, followed by refactoring until completion. Using a TDD approach ensures faster feedback, higher acceptance, reduce scope creep and over engineering, maintaining the customer-centric and iterative nature of the process and ensuring the code remains modular, flexible and maintainable.
This 3-day TDD training course explores test-driven development including the essential steps for effective implementation. The course covers unit tests, user stories, design, refactoring, frameworks and how to apply them to existing solutions. The course also explores the implications of code dependencies fluid requirements and early detection of issues. The course includes hands-on lab exercises.