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Fit for Developing Software: Framework for Integrated Tests by Ward Cunningham, Rick Mugridge

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Chapter 19. Closing for Nonprogrammers

This chapter brings the first half of the book, for nonprogrammers, to an end. Now’s a good time to review of the first half of the book, reflect, and consider the future.

Parts III, IV, and V assume a background in programming and focus on the development of fixtures that mediate between Fit tables and the system under test. Part III covers fixtures for the Fit tables in Part I. Part IV covers the development of fixtures for the tables in Part II. Part V focuses on custom development.

19.1 The Value of Fit Tables

Fit tables help solve three major problems in software development: communication, balance, and agility.

•   Fit tables provide a way for people who want a system to communicate that need ...

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