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A Programmer’s Resistance to the Test-First Approach

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Many feel that adopting a test-first approach takes too much time and slows the development process. Olgica Djuric felt this way herself in the past. In this online session, Olgica will share how she now starts and writes every single project (or at least 90% of them 💁‍♀️) using a test-first approach, and how you can too. We’ll also look at what’s really under the hood in this process!

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