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Test Driven Development (TDD): Killing Bugs Before Day Zero

by Christopher Collett3mApril 16th, 2022
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Well-crafted software takes dedication, thoughtfulness, and a willingness to unburden future developers. Developers must transition from a manufacturing line mentality to a craftsman mentality. The craft of writing software is as rooted in creativity as it is in problem-solving. The difference is trust. Build software, not hardware - the difference is the trust of the user. It is possible to deliver a bug-free software application on day 1. It is not the only path to profitability.

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