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Rules of 'Zero-Defect Software Development'
Ten rules of 'Zero-Defect Software Development' by Steve Pavlina, CEO, Dexterity Software: 1. Test your product every day as you develop it, and fix defects as soon as you find them. 2. Review your code regularly. 3. Rewrite poor-quality modules. 4. Assume full responsibility for every bug. 5. Handle change effectively. 6. Rewrite all prototyping code from scratch. 7. Set QA objectives at the beginning of every project. 8. Don't ......

Posted On Tuesday, July 5, 2005 2:13 PM

Six Rules of Unit Testing
Check out this Six Rules of Unit Testing by Charles : Write the test first Never write a test that succeeds the first time Start with the null case, or something that doesn't work Don't be afraid of doing something trivial to make the test work Loose coupling and testability go hand in hand Use mock objects ......

Posted On Tuesday, July 5, 2005 6:25 AM

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