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Test-Driven Development & Return on Investment: Is TDD worth it?

Test-Driven Development has many advantages, undoubtedly. However, one of the significant problems that are standing in the way of its implementation is the fact that writing unit tests is more time-consuming than the traditional approach to development. It is possible that creating unit tests could take as much as twice of the time it would take to write the code without unit tests. And this is not counting the time needed for the team training and changing the team's approach.

About AQMB

AQMB (Agile Quality Mentoring Board) concept was born around 2012 when its founders realised the lack of Test-Driven Development certifications and quality, unified trainings on the market.

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Our mission

AQMB' mission is to fulfill a promise that the developers in an organisation are going to deliver code with better quality as TDD cuts down the time of debugging and lets people better understand requirements of the software they are writing.

Benefits of TDD

Test-Driven Development allows controlling changes in the application precisely and efficiently and enables positive verification of existing software functionalities. This technique requires the developers to be consistent and use good coding practices, instead offering a lack of defects in the software created.

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AQMB (Agile Quality Mentoring Board) have developed own, unique training offer that trainers and training companies all over the world can implement. AQMB is a global initiative; we would like to reach out to every community that is involved with Test-Driven Development expansion.

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