You can’t be a warrior, if you have read the manual for the sword!

Recently, I quit my job, in order to write my Ph.D. thesis. Now I have more time for practicing TDD. Don’t ask me why I didn’t have time to do it before. 😉 The result of TDD code katas practicing is realized habits for every day usage. In most cases the work out habits are independent from the environment and programming language. The new “mental habits” give you a new way of thinking on a small steps which is very useful in every day programming activities. I strongly recommend you to practice some kind of code kata regularly just to work out a new “mental habit” which will save you in the next chaotic project.
Believe me, you don’t have time to become software developer(warrior) for a day!

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