Migrating the blog: Scott Bain

Thank you for joining us on this journey!

You may know that Net Objectives has joined with Disciplined Agile and is now part of the Project Management Institute. Here is the press release: https://www.pmi.org/about/press-media/press-releases/project-management-institute-announces-acquisition-of-flex-from-net-objectives

As part of this migration, Scott is now blogging on ProjectManagement.com. Here are the addresses of his blog:

We invite you to join in following him on that site.

On 30 September, the Net Objectives Thoughts blog will be officially closed.

If you have any questions, please contact Scott at scott.bain@pmi.org

Refactoring Applied to TDD

Refactoring” refers to the discipline of improving the design of existing code without changing its behavior. It is usually thought of as a way to deal with old legacy code that is functional but poorly designed and thus hard to work with.

Since TDD focuses on driving new behavior from tests, how would refactoring play a role in a TDD team? In three ways: Continue reading “Refactoring Applied to TDD”