As part of my ADC experience, I enjoyed being part of Gojko Adzic’s session: The Specification Game. The room was divided to groups of four – there were 6 teams. Each group included a product owner, developers and testers. Gojko and his team were the customers. They rolled out a product they needed: a Black
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One of the sessions at ADC2011 that I understood (even though it was in German), was Bjorn Rochel’s talk on test organization. Bjorn told a story of the evolution of his experience writing tests, and how to organize them. For example, he started out with a test class, called CalculatorTests, and every method name ended
ADC 2011 incidentally happened on a day when a meeting was scheduled for the Munich coding dojo meeting. Luckily, we were invited to the meeting by Ilker Cetinkaya. The first thing you’ll notice in the picture, is that I may seem shorter than the other people there. I’m still suspecting Adi used a fish-eye camera.
ADC2011 is over, and I had a mighty fun time. Like I open my talks, I’d like to speak first on my favorite subject: me. I had two talks, one on unit testing SharePoint applications, and the other about tools for identifying issues in multithreaded apps (slides below). I can tell you that all those
I’m very excited about this. I’ll be presenting at the Advanced Developers Conference 2011, Munich, Germany. Check out the schedule on the site. I’ll be giving two presentations: The first one about unit testing SharePoint applications, and the second one about techniques for multithreaded software. Also, I’m planning to attend a .NET Coding Dojo Group