by Mark Seemann
The concept of Test-Driven Development (TDD) is easy to learn, but the discipline is hard to master. In this session we look at some specific techniques you can apply to succeed with TDD. Code examples are in C#, but uses mostly standard object-oriented constructs, so anyone able to read Java or C# should be able to follow along.
Experience with TDD is a plus, but not required. We’ll try to keep this as interactive as possible, so bring your questions, war stories, etc.
A presentation that Mark Seeman pereviously have given together with Kent Beck.
26th April 2012