re: TDD is Not for Me VIEW POST

re: Fair enough, as long as you end up at the same spot- resonably bullet-proof code that’s easily debug-able. I have spent the majority of my career...

Does this apply to both backend and front-end development in your experience?


I would say it does, yes, if for no better reason then it provides documentation for the code which you have written.

That said, I agree with John’s sentiment that TDD can be sometimes be done simply to “make the numbers”. Tests should serve the code base and the developers, not the other way around.

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