Today, on Facebook, Kent Beck posted a rebuke to David Heinemeier Hansson’s “TDD is dead. Long live testing”. At the same time, Hansson also published another blog entry that looks like an attempt to appease the people who took offence to his earlier claim. His latest post bears some similarities to what I wrote about the consequences of abusing mocks in “The unit in unit-testing”. I can only ascribe that to coincidence. And, for the record, I see the value in TDD.