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TDD / ATDD in practice

Follow up to the last Scrumtisch

On
10 May 2011
In
Scrumtisch Berlin
Tags
agile, atdd, scrum, scrumtisch, tdd

Hello everybody,

the last Scrumtisch was about TDD and ATDD. I got a lot of Feedback, that it would be nice to have a practical session on that topic too.

Andrea Tomasini and Richard Lawrence agreed on having such a session next week:

Date: 19. May 2011
Time: 17:00 - 19:00
Place. Klosterstr. 71, Berlin (at Hypoport)

NOTE: Please bring your laptop!!

Please let me know if you are coming
Cheers

Marion

The optimal UnitTesting environment

I want to tell you about the joys of automation today - the joy of having your test run just whenever you save one of your files.

On
30 June 2009
In
General, Scrum
Tags
tdd, unittesting

I want to tell you about the joys of automation today - the joy of having your test run just whenever you save one of your files.

Because this is the thing - you cannot deliver high quality software with your Scrum implementation every month without having great engineering practices. If you don't have them, you can still deliver something every month and know exactly where you stand - but the quality will not be there. This is where practices like Unit Testing and Test Driven Development come in, as they are some of the best ways to improve quality that we ...

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