Creating Specs for a data-Driven Website
Whoever tests it will need to know what the right result should be (for both good and bad inputs). Write the spec so a tester can be sure everything does what it's supposed to.
Thanks for your input.
The Greenspun article is like soooo out of date.
It is old, but a lot of the guidelines still make a ton of sense. Things like non-forking web servers and persistant database connections etc. At the time he was writing AOL server and TCL had it all over Apache and CGI. And yes, Philip can be a bit full of himself at times. That doesn't make it a bad article.
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