The Future of Test-First Embedded Software

January 10, 2017 Circuit Cellar Staff

The term “test-first” software development comes from the original days of extreme programming (XP). In Kent Beck’s 1999 book, Extreme Programming Explained: Embrace Change (Addison-Wesley), his direction is to create an automated test before making any changes to the code. … Continue reading

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