TDD Test Driven Development

by RentTesters on June 22, 2011

I have worked on TDD in one project

1. Gives good test coverage.
2. Gives a better understanding of the requirements (and not when the UAT is in progress).
3. Increases the code efficiency – you know what the module is supposed to do.
4. Encourages the developer to read the documents.

1. Requires co-ordination effort between tester and developer.(trust me its difficult in the start). This also does not give the liberty for the most cranky dev/test resources to work independently over-night.
2. Sometimes the testing needs to wait for dev and vice-versa.

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