Speaker – Lior Friedman
“Code smell is any symptom in the source code of a program that possibly indicates a deeper problem” – Wikipedia.
Test smell is the same, except that we look for them in the test code of the program.
Being able to leverage test smell in order to actually improve the quality of your system takes a lot of experience.
However, it’s an essential step in actually learning how to do Test Driven Design.
Cause as we know TDD is more about listening to the tests in order to develop the system.
In this session we will try the explore the notion of test smells, meet some of the common smells I encounter,
and discuss how to develop our sense of (test) smells.
We might even learn something new that will help us improve our TDD skill.