Last week I gave the “Agile tribe war” talk (short short version) in Hebrew at DevCon TLV (which was mighty fun and at an excellent location, bar-wise). Next week, I’m doing the normal version in English in a webinar, so if you’re interested what the Justice League is doing there in the end, register here.
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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
Last week I had great time hosting a Typemock Webinar called “10 secret unit testing tips”. The fun thing was that I’ve discovered both in preparation and answering questions live that I have at least 20 tips in me for at least two more webinars. So prepare for “10 secret unit testing tips strike back”
I’m a big fan of Manager Tools. I’ve been listening to the podcast and recommending it to anyone, manager or not, for the last five years. A recurring topic in the podcast is Manager Tools co-founder Mark Horstman’s laws: It’s all about people More communication is better. And there are more, and I invite you
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
I’ll be presenting on the next LIDNUG’s online presentation, Thursday, July 22nd, 11:00AM to 12:30PM PDT/PST (GMT-8). My presentation will be about “Unit testing in the wild”. I’ll show how to test real code, that happens to be in real life. Expect the unexpected. Ok, and code examples in different technologies, like SharePoint, WCF and
Let’s see – how did we get here? It was in October 2009. We were planning to go the SharePoint conference, and got a video camera. On the spur of the moment, Roy said: why don’t we do a webcast? And that’s how “This week in testing” came out to be. One shot recording, upload,