TDD is an artifact of using non-static, dynamically typed scripting languages, because you can’t…
Marc Clifton

TDD caught on and was (still is?) most popular in Java land, with pockets in the C# world, so I think it’s false to say it’s an artifact of languages lacking static type checking.

Many dynamic languages’’ communities like Ruby are pushing integration test or end to end test over TDD, as per DHH’s infamous blog post here.

A test to check if the code “just runs” is a terrible test, regardless of environment: the actual, proper test that would check the validity of the code will, obviously, also check that the code runs by default anyway.

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