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CSE 360 Week 5 Notes (pt1)

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CSE 360 Week 5 Notes (pt1) CSE 360

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These notes cover test Driven Development
Software Engineering
Debra Calliss
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CSE360, Computer Science, software engineering, Lecture Notes, study
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Alexandra Notetaker on Thursday September 15, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to CSE 360 at Arizona State University taught by Debra Calliss in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 3 views. For similar materials see Software Engineering in Computer Science and Engineering at Arizona State University.

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Date Created: 09/15/16
CSE 360 TEST DRIVEN DEVELOPMENT-TDD  Traditional Development  Collect requirements  Design solution  Code solution  Test solution  Deliver  TDD: (Red-Green-Refactor)  Write a test  Run all tests  Write the implementation code  Run all tests  Refactor  Red State  While writing tests  Red state  b/c it is written before implementation, it is supposed to fail  Being in green while testing is a sign of a false positive  Green State  Once implementation is finished, the test should pass  If not, implementation is wrong  The ides a not to make the implementation final, but to provide just enough code for the test to pass  Refactoring  Once green  refactoring  Make code optimum without adding new features  During this, all tests should pass  If not, refactoring broke existing functionality  Should not include new tests  Problems with Test First Development  Programmers taking shortcuts in testing  Tests are difficult to write incrementally  Difficult to judge a set of tests for completeness of coverage.  Is the really testing?  TDD is a new approach to design  Forces us to think of implementation before writing code  Tests allow us to develop with speed  Being able to recognize the code and having confidence that no functionality is broken boosts quality  Main objective is code design with tests that are very useful side product.


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