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,
Had great fun in Athens this year, and I really want to come back. You can check the slides and video on the “Everyday Unit Testing” site. and if you want to see it live I’m doing it in the QualiTech meetup next week.
The videos are up on the Everyday Unit Testing site – “TDD Patterns” and “Creating a unit testing strategy“. Check’em out!
I had a lovely time at Agile Prague. The highlight for me was meeting Woody Zuill, especially the part where we discuss old computers and testing in all forms. On a boat. You can find the slides for “Creating Unit Testing Strategy” and “TDD Patterns” on the Everyday Unit Testing site.
There’s a new post on Everyday Unit Testing (it’s been awhile, right?). I’m s tarting a new series of anti-patterns, what to look for, and how to fix them. The first post is about TDD without refactoring. Enjoy!
Had a swell time at QAGeekWeek. Here are the slides.
Concluding the first part on “Everyday Unit Testing”, here’s the 2nd. Check it out!
It’s a new series on Everyday Unit Testing, but I’ve got quite a set of ideas. Check out the first one.
WHAT A RUSH! Still thinking about the awesome conference. But that’s for a separate post. For now, here are the slides for my BDD/TDD Star Wars talk.
My interview on InfoQ about “Test-first approaches with TDD and BDD” is live. Go check it out. And come to the Agile Practitioners conference to experience these things yourselves!