re: What are the benefits of writing automated testing? VIEW POST


Hi Steven.

I started a discussion some years ago about problems with "real world TDD". Through that, I gained some interesting insights, why some people don't do (or even like) TDD in their daily work.

Some of the points are:

  • Tooling for some languages is not great
  • Managers and Architects telling devs that they don't need tests
  • Some people even stated that TDD does not exist outside of "simple 100 LOC examples"

Maybe you can use (and disprove 😄) some of that in your presentation.

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