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IMO, testing is a very important part of software development, but should we do black box testing or test every line of code?

How can we find balance between writing the right thing (BDD) and writing things right (TDD)?

Repository Nightmares

The Repository pattern is a famous (or infamous?) pattern that we can find in Martin Fowler’s Patterns of Enterprise Application Architecture.

It was meant to be used as an interface to a collection, but what I have seen more often is that it becomes an abstraction to the data layer or ORM framework.

Not so long ago I did a presentation on Who killed object oriented programming, and I mentioned the Repository implementation as one of the culprits.

So what’s so bad about it? What can we do to improve it?

I have a counter-proposal: What if we don’t need it at all?