It’s time to talk about when I’m going to talk next. January 29-30th is Israeli 2nd annual Agile Practitioners conference. While having a 2nd year in a row in Israel is a success by itself. But wait, there’s more. Keynoting are Dan North and Boris Gloger, with more international speakers, as well as some of
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Here’s a short, incomplete list of my upcoming public speaking engagements. When I know, you’ll know. I’ll be speaking at the Agile Development Practices East Conference on Wednesday November 9th, at the Rosen Centre Hotel, Orlando, Florida. My talk is about “8 Principles for Better Unit Testing”. I’ll be at the conference area throughout Wednesday
I’ll be presenting this Thursday, May 19th, in Sela’s “QA and Development in Agile”, in Ramat Gan. The presentation is called “Expert tips: Unit testing tips for the agile developer” (It’s going to be in Hebrew). Also appearing in the conference are Typemock alumni Lior Friedman and Dror Helper. I’m going to hang around all
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
It will be for me.This Wednesday, December 15th, I’m going to be a bit busy. 3pm Israel time, that’s 2pm CET, and 8am EST I’m giving a webinar about steps you can take right now toward agile. I really like to learn real world actionable stuff, and this webinar is where I’m giving back. Do
A couple of posts I read lately made me think. Again. The first one is Elisabeth Hendrickson’s on whether testers should write code. Elisabeth focuses on the perception of the tester in agile team. From Elisabeth’s research it shows that testers in teams (not only agile) are expected to be able to code. The research
Last week I gave my “unit testing in the wild” presentation on LIDNUG. It was nice, and once the recording is up I’ll get all the info. But I wanted to talk about the experience. First of all: people, I’ve hit the jackpot. I’ve hit on one of the best ways to extract gold out
I’ll be presenting (in Hebrew) on unit testing SharePoint apps this Wednesday. More information here.If you’re interested in the topic (SharePoint., unit testing or both), come one, come all.