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May 4 2017   6:54PM GMT

walking skeleton

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Unit testing

A walking skeleton, in the context of software development, is a minimal initial implementation of an application’s architecture that includes and connects the basic components of the system. Continued…

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Test coders will develop scenarios and exercises to test new code _________________
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b. (after each unit is written.)

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