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My company, Computer Aid, Inc., is the sponsor for The IT Metrics and Productivity Institute (ITMPI), and the ITMPI is hosting some interesting webinars during the course of the year. I'm going to be presenting in October on Test Driven Design, using VSTS and other tools to show examples of TDD cycles. This is going to be fun for me since I used to do many presentations and just started getting into webinars before leaving Microsoft at the end of 2005.

From the webinar info web site: The Software Best Practices Webinars Series is a not-for-profit educational program aimed at improving the practice and management of software development and maintenance worldwide.
Topics covered in 2007 will include:

  • Software Measurement
  • Software Project Estimation
  • Software Testing
  • Software Project Management
  • Software Benchmarking
  • Rapid Application Development
  • Legacy Systems Support
  • Agile Development
  • Software Six Sigma
  • IT Project Governance
  • IT Infrastructure Library (ITIL)
  • Outsourcing Best Practices

Each webinar will feature an expert speaker who has extensively researched and successfully applied best practice principles to the development and maintenance of software.

These webinars are free, as is the newsletter that you can sign up for at the ITMPI web site.

Posted on Tuesday, May 1, 2007 9:00 PM Computer Aid , Tech Community | Back to top

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We're looking forward for the TDD webinar. We have a project that started with TDD, the team dropped this practice in the middle of the project and now all the tests are obsolete. We are doing major refactoring, but without tests to back-up the changes introduced by the refactoring, it is pretty hard to catch the bugs before the code is pushed to production. How to re-insert TDD in an existing project is a topic we're eager to know about.
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