Re: [scrumdevelopment] Re: UnitTesting
- Todd Hartle wrote:
>That's the "traditional" way to do it.
> The tests are not part of the code, they are written test plan/cases
> that someone can follow or that can be automated via winrunner or the
The first layer of tests must be written by developers, in the same
language as the source, and at the same time as the features they
That will provide enough decoupling and infrastructure to then write
"acceptance tests", using essentially an alternative program user
Testing thru a GUI adds a lot of burden, reducing the value of the
tests, and reducing the turnaround on feedback from decisions.