[rspec-users] RSpec book?
pergesu at gmail.com
Wed Aug 8 14:07:23 EDT 2007
It's dated, as far as the Java side goes. A lot of the examples don't
work anymore. This wouldn't be a problem if it were just writing
classes and text-based programs (because then it's cake to do it in
Ruby ;), but in his example he creates a full-blown GUI app. So it's
kind of hard to follow along, and I think a book about testing is of
limited use when you can't really test the code ;)
However it's still good from a conceptual standpoint, it drives home
the point that TDD is about design, not testing.
I really like Kent Beck's book, although it's more about testing
techniques than using TDD as a design tool.
This is an area where there's certainly a void, I think. All the
people who've really mastered TDD/BDD are probably too busy working to
write a book. I'm definitely looking forward to this.
On 8/8/07, Scott Taylor <mailing_lists at railsnewbie.com> wrote:
> Speaking of a BDD book, does anyone recommend Dave Astels book? Or
> should I assume I doing "testing well" if I'm using rspec?
> On Aug 8, 2007, at 5:53 AM, Ashley Moran wrote:
> > <http://www.apress.com/book/bookDisplay.html?bID=10368>
> > Came across this as a stub page browsing Amazon UK. This is good
> > news! I'm surprised it hasn't been discussed on the list before.
> > Was Chad keeping it a secret?
> > I hope it will have plenty of BDD theory. I'm still waiting for that
> > magic book I can give to someone and say "here - read this, it tells
> > you how to build software".
> > Ashley
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