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NJDOTNet User Group TDD/BDD Presentation Files

Posted On Monday, May 18, 2009 8:58 AM

Speak to Learn
Good attendees learn from the speaker; this week I was reminded that good speakers learn from their audience. The NJDOTNet (http://www.njdotnet.net/) group was fun (My thanks to Jess Chadwick for the invite!), a lot of sharp, involved people (and one wise-aleck to keep things interesting). NJDOTNet’s feedback shows I need to clarify a number of points. They are the relationship between the iterative development process and test case selection, the recommended number of asserts per test, and the relationship ......

Posted On Sunday, May 17, 2009 11:46 PM

A Work in Progress
I’ve just been reviewing my TDD/BDD presentation. I’m giving it at http://www.njdotnet.net/ on Thursday May 14 at 6PM. The state of the art has advanced considerably since last year when I first put the presentation together. Of particular interest are the new mocking framework, moq(download at: http://code.google.com/p/mo... - and the SpecUnit extensions (download at: http://code.google.com/p/sp... more info: http://www.code-magazine.co... ......

Posted On Tuesday, May 12, 2009 10:35 PM

(Not quite) Open Spaces, ASP.Net and the After-party
Last weeks’ Richmond Code Camp was excellent! After giving my presentation I hung out in the Open Spaces area where the topics ranged from a custom framework that separates concerns in ASP.Net to whether or not Behavior-Driven Development is distinct from Test-Driven Development. The after-party featured Alan Stevens performing on his guitar; we left before he did “Code Monkey”. I ended up speaking to small audience in a large auditorium. The tips I got from the other speakers afterwards (get down ......

Posted On Sunday, May 3, 2009 6:50 PM

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