This is a Constraint - not a Kata!
Constraints can be applied to any given Kata to focus on specific techniques and / or practices. They are meant as an extreme perspective so you can clearly feel the difference to what you do usually.
Inspired by J.B. Rainsberger
I call a design simple to the extent that it:
- Passes its tests
- Minimizes duplication
- Maximizes clarity
- Has fewer elements
Image by Rachel M. Carmena for Kata-Log. It represents a greeting of respect and gratitude made at the beginning and at the end of a kata. Please, feel free to use this image in case you want to contribute with a kata, but you don’t have another image. It’s not necessary to include this credit again.