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> and read up on Test
> Driven Development; possibly the Pragmatic book as well, although they
> don't do one specific to Ruby.
>=20

Unit testing isn't strictly equal to TDD, mind you. Former is a Good
Thing To Do more or less always (with no specific constraints on when to
write tests, and what to test how - the point is to get you a safety net
against stuff going up the proverbial creek), the latter an agile
development flavour, usual disclaimers about applicability apply. In the
land of TDD, fowlerettes lurk - watch out for the particularly deranged
ones. (Believing lessay mocking a RDBMS instead of using a testing
server is a good idea is a telltale sign of brain damage.)

David Vallner


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