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Episode 4 - Animals That Talk Back

This week we have no Roy. But we do have a helper – Dror Helper!

We’re discussing the Pex project, including Moles. We talk about code coverage as a metric (and the cost of losing a developer) from Dave Laribee. A bit about performance testing, and talking to rubber animals (specifically ducks) and DRY vs readability from Mark Needham.

We also talk about Getting Started with TDD in the Google Testing Block. micromanagement in agile and a bit about Resharper early access program.

As always, leave us love letters on the doorstep. Along with some food.

 

 

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