Course code: PRAQ-1
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Unit test harnesses:
On my spare time I like to do outdoor activities, especially rock climbing.
Test practice now:
Unit tests and target tests
nRF52. An SoC designed for low power wireless applications, mainly Bluetooth LE.
Keil, Visual Studio
We have our own coding standard. Using some parts of Misra I think. We do have a lot of (old) code that don't follow the standard however.
Function too long:
I don't know.. But a function should be comprehensible and the cyclomatic complexity must be limited.
We use CodeCollaborator. We have very productive reviews. Recently we started doing review kickoff meetings when the review is big or complex; this has been very useful.
Favorite thing about dev:
Designing, discussing and implementing new features.
Least favorite thing about dev:
That the requirements and priorities of the software changes quite often.
That all the code is supposed to be unit testable and that you're supposed to write the unit tests before you actually code anything.
Why are you attending:
I heard a lot about TDD and would like to find out if this is something I can use to become a more efficient and structured developer. How can I actually write unit tests before doing the coding?