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Solving Code Katas Using Test Driven Development (TDD)

7 min read Let’s dip our toes into TDD by using a Code Kata. A Code Kata is an exercise in programming which helps developers hone their skills through practice and repetition. There are many code katas out there, I’m going to pick a simple one for this example. You can follow along in any language you chose, for this example I’ll be working in C#.

code Kata

Solving Code Katas Using Test Driven Development (TDD)

7 min read Let’s dip our toes into TDD by using a Code Kata. A Code Kata is an exercise in programming which helps developers hone their skills through practice and repetition. There are many code katas out there, I’m going to pick a simple one for this example. You can follow along in any language you chose, for this example I’ll be working in C#.

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