When is evolutionary design a good way to implement software?

Filed under: Design, TDD, — Tags: Big design up front, Emerging design, Evolutionary design, Just in time design, No design, Not enough design — Thomas Sundberg — Adrian Bolboaca — 2015-10-27

Designing software can be done in different ways. The time and effort spent in designing have an important effect on the result. An interesting question is when should you you allow the software to evolve using Test Driven Development, TDD, and when should you not allow it to grow using TDD?

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This blog post is the result of a session at an open space with the Software Development Gang in Ghent, Belgium, June 2015.

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