Test Driven Development with C++ training course

Apply TDD To C++ Development - Improve Quality And Reduce Development Costs

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  • Appreciate the benefits of testing as a design tool and not just a defect reduction technique
  • Recognise the purpose and practice of refactoring in keeping a system supple and adaptable
  • Know how to build up a set of unit tests
  • Understand the consequences of dependency management on testing and code quality

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The Test-Driven Development in C++ training course presents a number of modern practices for developing code based on an adaptive development lifecycle. Agility and predictability are two qualities often missing from software development. A test-driven approach, in which design is grown and code delivered incrementally according to functionality or risk, forms the basis of the construction phase of an iterative and incremental development. The use of unit testing provides confidence in existing code and supports the ability to refactor code as development unfolds.


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JBI training course London UK
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C++ developers looking to acquire TDD techniques

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