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Red, green, refactor

Red, green, refactor: C# Test Driven Development
Red, green, refactor: C# Test Driven Development

Define what Red, Green, Refactor is in the context of TDD and how it's implemented. Each step are clearly explained starting with Red and it's purpose for failing tests. Green is next with it's purpose of updating tests. Refactoring it touched on last to explaing the need to update code to coding standards and re-testing. Student should be able to apply Red/Green/Refactor steps moving forward when creating unit tests.

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Skill Level Intermediate
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Developer Programming Languages C#

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