In my humble opinion it is definitely not a good idea! Why?
- It is brittle test because it depends to the CPU load of the machine running the test. Maybe it runs fine on your development machine, and will for sure from time to time fail on your build server because of the load on the server. Continue reading
But what is a TDD Kata? It is an implementation exercise starting with unit tests and leveraging refactoring that you practice daily for around 15 to 30 minutes.
On February I posted about “Running your TeamCity builds from PowerShell for any Git branch” and now I have to configure a new ssh key so that TeamCity can connect to Gitlab.
I struggled a bit getting continuous error message from TeamCity that the connection failed because it was enable to load identity file. File rights were all ok on the key file and everything looked fine. But still the error message.
I previously talked about “Running Github Hubot on a Windows machine”, “Using Github hubot and Appharbor service hook to get deployment status in Campfire/HipChat rooms” or even “Starting TeamCity builds from HipChat using Github Hubot”.
So he couldn’t pull from my repo and we were kind of stuck. Really?!? For sure not, here was the goal I set as I am sure this will happen some other time: having the computer work for me. What a strange idea you would say! Yeah, the computer working for you. At the end aren’t we here to make the cool things and let the computer do the boring things?
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