I've been really busy this week, and haven't been able to discover much interesting about either PHP or CFML or anything, hence being quite quiet. I'll admit this is very much a filler article, and a bit of a cheeky nod to something Andy said the other day:
@am2605 hahahahaha. Best I do some more charts soon then.Can't have my sole reader put off by all that weird writing shit.
— Adam Cameron (@DAC_dev) October 8, 2014
Earlier I asked for people's opinions regarding TDD vs private methods: "The received wisdom of TDD and private methods".
I didn't get much feedback [scowl], but thanks to Dom and Gerry (there's a cat 'n' mouse joke in there somewhere) for offering up some thoughts.
I needed to provide a workflow for the team, and I thought I'd stick it up here as well, as a bit of closure on the previous article. And to give Andy a picture to look at.
What do you think of this approach (other than "unreadable at that size". Click here):
Forget the first two steps "Assign Ticket", etc, as that's just our Jira workflow and a bit of context for our peeps, but the rest of it after that. Also the associated process of how to maintain private methods whilst still adhering to TDD.
I think there's a reasonable mix of pragmatism and dogmatism in that?