»Test Driven Development Is Dead«
2019-05-19, 12:15–12:45, Sidebar
Test Driven Development and Code Coverage as a concept and practice is approaching 20 years and we've moved on. Sufficiently advanced monitoring is indistinguishable from testing and in this talk I'll prove it.
In this session we'll uncover why both Unit Testing and Integration Testing as a practice doesn't actually help engineers or operations understand how their applications run in production nor does it help them sleep at night when PagerDuty goes off at 3am. We'll discuss how modern software delivery organizations are leveraging advances in monitoring and logging systems to analyze the behavior of their production systems in near real time and uncover the mysticism surrounding observability. We'll smash the ban hammer on those bits of code which should never be tested and show real world examples of tooling such as Opentracing and Prometheus that enable organizations to focus on what matters: is my production application working like it should.
Ultimately, sufficiently advanced monitoring is indistinguishable from testing and in this talk I'll prove it.