24 August, 2009 · 1 minute to read
Roy Osherove’s TDD Masterclass
I'm a big user of Test Driven Development (TDD) using it in most of my projects. One of the leading proponents of TDD, Roy Osherove, is running a masterclass on TDD in London in September. It would be well worth going if you are interested in starting TDD and can persuade the budget holder to pay.
Quoting from the bbits blog:
Roy Osherove is giving an hands-on TDD Masterclass in the UK, September 21-25. Roy is author of "The Art of Unit Testing" (http://www.artofunittesting.com/), a leading tdd & unit testing book; he maintains a blog at http://iserializable.com (which amoung other things has critiqued tests written by Microsoft for asp.net MVC - check out the testreviews category) and has recently been on the Scott Hanselman podcast (http://bit.ly/psgYO) where he educated Scott on best practices in Unit Testing techniques. For a further insight into Roy's style, be sure to also check out Roy's talk at the recent Norwegian Developer's Conference (http://bit.ly/NuJVa).
Full Details here: http://bbits.co.uk/tddmasterclass
bbits are holding a raffle for a free ticket for the event. To be eligible to win the ticket (worth £2395!) you MUST paste this text, including all links, into your blog and email Ian@bbits.co.uk with the url to the blog entry. The draw will be made on September 1st and the winner informed by email and on bbits.co.uk/blog
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