DRY vs DAMP in Unit Tests

by bill-s, 2020-06-11T01:30:10.147Z

The DRY principle stands for "Don’t Repeat Yourself" and requires that any piece of domain knowledge has a single representation in your code base. In other words, in requires that you don’t duplicate the domain knowledge. The DAMP principle stands for "Descriptive and Meaningful Phrases" and promotes the readability of the code.

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