Himanshu Ahuja wrote:Yes and if there are any tools available to do so
corey haines wrote:Hi!
I think a lot of that depends on the constraints and people's familiarity with TDD. Most people that I ran into came to a coderetreat with the expectation that it was "a chance to practice or learn TDD," so they at least tried. Personally I always emphasized that a coderetreat is a great time to try new things, since the goal isn't to finish the implementation, nor even to get anywhere at all. If a single test is written, but it is a great test, then that session should be considered successful.
Liutauras Vilda wrote:I guess quite usual answer is when current implementation no longer works with new requirements. So really there is no quality evolution with an existing functionality. Which is of course sad.
Mainak Biswas wrote:
I meant information on how to make best use of one's time; to keep oneself updated on the various technologies, processes etc. I understand there are tens of blogs, articles, magazines etc. However, one may not find time to read all of them, so what are the basic blogs, magazines, websites that an IT architect must follow. What discipline must an IT architect have to keep oneself abreast of all relevant developments?
sameer paradkar wrote:Hey Burk,
We had consolidated the domains and questions during the SME's reviews but we did update these details in the title later.
Mainak Biswas wrote:The OCMJEA is a good starting point, that is for application architecture and not EA as the name says.