Test Driven Development

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    Introduction to Test-Driven Development

    1.1 Definition and Overview
    1.2 Historical Context
    1.3 Benefits and Drawbacks
    1.4 When to Use TDD

    Fundamentals of TDD

    2.1 The Red-Green-Refactor Cycle
    2.2 Writing the First Test
    2.3 Implementing the Code
    2.4 Refactoring and Test Maintenance

    Testing Frameworks

    3.1 Popular Testing Frameworks (e.g., JUnit, NUnit, pytest)
    3.2 Setting up a Test Environment
    3.3 Writing Testable Code

    Unit Testing

    4.1 Defining Units in Software
    4.2 Characteristics of Good Unit Tests
    4.3 Mocking and Stubbing
    4.4 Test Isolation

    Acceptance Testing

    5.1 Behavior-Driven Development (BDD)
    5.2 Writing Acceptance Tests
    5.3 Automated Acceptance Testing Tools

    Continuous Integration and TDD

    6.1 Integration with CI/CD Pipelines
    6.2 Ensuring Code Quality
    6.3 Automated Builds and Tests

    Test Automation Best Practices

    7.1 Test Naming Conventions
    7.2 Test Data Management
    7.3 Handling Test Dependencies
    7.4 Dealing with Flaky Tests

    Common TDD Patterns

    8.1 Test Doubles (Mock, Stub, Spy)
    8.2 Test Data Builders
    8.3 Test Hooks and Fixtures

    TDD in Real-world Projects

    9.1 Case Studies and Examples
    9.2 Challenges and Solutions
    9.3 Scaling TDD in Large Projects

    TDD and Agile Development

    10.1 Alignment with Agile Principles
    10.2 TDD in Scrum, Kanban, and Other Agile Frameworks

    Measuring and Improving Test Coverage

    11.1 Importance of Test Coverage
    11.2 Tools for Test Coverage Analysis
    11.3 Strategies for Increasing Coverage

    Debugging and TDD

    12.1 Debugging Techniques in TDD
    12.2 Balancing Debugging and TDD Practices


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