The purpose of this talk is to give a quick, light-on-its-feet introduction to an unorthodox discipline of test-driven development (“TDD”) that I’ve termed “Discovery Testing”.
You may enjoy the content of this talk if:
- you’re interested in testdouble.js, but don’t want to start by diving into its relatively exhausting documentation
- you’re familiar with TDD and for whatever reason didn’t have a tremendously positive experience with it
- you’ve ever been confused by styles of testing that make heavy use of test doubles (e.g. mock objects)
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