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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • IMO, the description led me to believe it was a general TDD techniques tutorial. It didn't take long to realize it was pretty much Perl only, and while I wish I just needed TDD for Perl, I really needed TDD for C++/Java/etc.

    So I, like others, left at the break.

    • That would have been a good talk, too.

      I guess I wanted a discussion of how one would structure TDD. The examples might be in Perl but the framework would still be universal. That might not be doable given how Perl does testing vs. Java/C/etc.

      Ovid/chromatic/etc. have really got me thinking about testing as part of the development cycle, at least how integrated they talk about it being.

      The talk for me just didn't advance my understanding and knowledge that much.

      Oh well, at least I should be able to give Josh