Last part of leading indicators on the implementation series, over at Everyday Unit Testing. This time it’s about something called TUBBF. Curious? You should be. Check it out.
Author Archives: Gil Zilberfeld
New post in the series, and there’s another leading indicator post coming up. Check it out.
A new post on Everyday Unit Testing in the series on implementing unit testing as a new organization process. This time it’s the first part on metrics and leading indicators. Check it out.
A great time with great people at Let’s Test in Sweden. Here are the slides from the BDD workshop. More workshops are coming…
When I ask teams “Do you do continuous integration”, eight out of ten times I get “We have Jenkins”, or a similar tool. The other two don’t know what I’m talking about. Jenkins to CI is like JUnit to unit testing (which is, of course, the answer I get when I ask about unit testing). It’s
New post on Everyday Unit Testing. Started as a rant, and based on too many conversations I had. Does making members public a real danger? Check it out.
We did this workshop on building personas and doing cusotomer interviews at the Agile Marathon. Coolest interview question for a vampire: Where do you see yourself in a hundred and fifty years? Here are the slides.
If you liked the Asserting on Not Null pattern, here comes the lazier version. Why do people write tests without asserts? Check it out.
Anti-patterns are just popping up on the Everyday Unit Testing site! This time it’s about asserting that a returned object is not null. Noisy. Check it out.
Recently, I’ve done a management workshop on TDD. The audience was developmenet managers and team leads. Most of them did not know TDD. (Actually, most thought they knew what TDD was. But that’s a completely unrelated story.) During my session, I’ve walked them through an example (from Star Wars) and showed the thinking behind it,