About the Talk
April 17, 2010 7:25 AM
Michigan State University, Lansing, MIMichigan State University, Lansing, MI
Most Rubyists can agree that writing tests is a good thing; the benefits are many and the criticisms few. Although writing unit and functional tests first may help deliver a less buggy application, that application may not be exactly what a customer wants. Outside-in development driven by stories (written in Cucumber) will help guide iterations and client expectations while ensuring the application functions in the manner the customer expects.