(TDD) Test-Driven Development – its use in scientific presentations

How does one know that everything is going to be fine “on the night”, or at least on the big day of our presentation? Of course, one could cross fingers – but should the index finger be over the middle finger or the opposite ¬†ūüôā One could rehearse, and rehearse, and rehearse as proposed here¬†– this works but can one rehearse the unexpected? The rehearsal trap¬†is so pernicious!

Do you know the meaning of the TDD acronym? If you do, you are a leading edge programmer.

“In Test-Driven Development, each new feature begins with writing a test. […] it makes the developer focus on the requirements¬†before¬†writing the code.”¬†(Wikipedia)

 How does that wonderful concept applies to scientific presentations?

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