Thursday, March 17, 2005

Saw Uncle Bob (Martin) drive this Wiki-based acceptance-test thingie around this afternoon, was very impressed. Your QA and business analysis people create "tests" -- really test specifications -- by editing tables in a wiki. Then the programmers throw on some really dead-nuts simple driver classes that call into the appropriate parts of the software under test.

Push the big button: Yellow if something's missing or broken (e.g., test not yet written), red if the test runs but fails, green if it goes. Compose tests on pages; compose pages into sets of pages; compose sets into whatever hierarchical nightmare your greedy little brain desires.

I want this!

10:55 PM


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