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Take a moment and head on over to WeDoTDD.com: a site that posts detailed information about companies, people, and teams who practice and teach TDD. You’ll pick up some great ideas about what works with TDD in real teams.
You’ll find an in-depth interview with me talking about my TDD experiences as an individual and also with respect to working with my customers. I enjoyed answering the questions, and some of them forced me to think hard about why I do things the way I do.
Breaking Through the Barriers to BDD (14-Jun-2018)
I think I’m getting a better feel for the interview-style webinar, not having done much of them in the past (this is my… um… second one). This webinar is a discussion around things like organizational resistance to BDD, and touches on the core notions for what can make BDD succeed in your organization.
The ABCs of Acceptance Test Design (7-Jun-2018)
In this blog post for Ranorex, I present seven design principles for the tests you’ll craft as part of practicing behavior-driven development (BDD) or acceptance test-driven development (ATDD). Stick to these principles and you’ll create a body of tests that returns many benefits while allowing you to keep your sanity.
Test-Driven Development: A Love Story? (22-May-2018)
In this blog post for Gurock, I wax rhapsodic about TDD… well, maybe not. I don’t love TDD itself; I love the things that TDD enables me to do. I talk about what those things are, along with a bit of my personal history about how I got here.
Convincing Your Team to Adopt TDD (15-May-2018)
In this blog post for Ranorex, you’ll pick up a number of ideas about how to approach introducing TDD into your team. While TDD is a simple practice to learn (though a challenge to master), getting developers to think they might want to even consider it is not an easy task. I’ll also talk about why resistance is to be expected.
With the goal of delivering quality software, I can help you with:
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