It's a little unsettling to see chapters available so soon after writing them. But definitely a good thing.
Three chapters are available in Apress' Alpha Books programme so far... we've just submitted another two chapters for technical review, so these should land on the Alpha Book page pretty soon.
We've changed the chapters around a bit in the last few weeks. Here's the current line-up:Part I - DDT vs TDD
1. Somebody Has it Backwards
2. Hello World Using TDD (implementing a "Login" story with TDD)
3. Hello World Using DDT (implement a "Login" story/use case with DDT)
(In this part of the book, we walk backwards through a real-life DDT project being run at ESRI Professional Services in Redlands, California. Our story begins with the completed product - code, tests, UI - and ends at the beginning, with the initial set of requirements. We demonstrate how tests were used to provide feedback at each stage of the project. The project's actually going on right now, and we're documenting its progress - meaning we're effectively writing this set of chapters backwards...)
4. Code and Finished Product
5. Detailed Design and Unit Testing
6. Preliminary Design and Behavioural Testing
7. Use Cases and Acceptance Testing
8. Test Cases and Requirements
9. Unit Testing Don'ts (Testing antipatterns)
10. Unit Testing Design "TODOs" (how to write "test-conscious" code)
11. How to write Enterprise Architect Test Case transform templates
12. When Designing for Testability is Taken Too Far
The book's also now visible on Amazon - which makes me think that I should probably get on and finish it now...