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The Mikado Method by Ola Ellnestam and Daniel Brolund

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Appendix C. Dealing with dynamically typed languages

This appendix covers

  • Getting fast feedback from dynamically typed languages
  • Driving change with tests

How you use the Mikado Method differs a bit from how you get fast feedback when it comes to different kinds of languages. The biggest difference is probably between statically typed and dynamically typed languages. This appendix will show you how to work with a dynamically typed language.

Even if you work mostly with statically typed languages, there’s value in reading this appendix because there are dynamic aspects in statically typed languages too, such as the reflection capabilities in Java. But if you work with dynamically typed languages like JavaScript or Python, this appendix ...

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