From the Event Site:
Software is continually growing in complexity. What is needed for every team is a method to discover defects and bugs as soon as they are added to the system rather than after the software ships. An ongoing documentation system that is tied directly to your codebase is just as useful.
Test Driven Development aims to ease the pain of changes to your codebase as well as providing a safety net for any changes made to the system. You can easily run your test suite to find errors that were introduced to the system by a modification to the code. Tests also allow you to continually re-factor your codebase and thus create a more flexible, cohesive codebase.
In this day- long event, you will go from start to finish with a sample domain problem and how to write tests to drive functionality of the system. To accommodate existing TDD enthusiasts, we will be providing a beginner and intermediate tracks at the same time. There will be hour long presentations at the end of the day that will reinforce what you have learned during the day with surrounding practices.
Saturday, January 17, 2009
Click here to register or call (877) 673-8368 with event ID 1032397083.
Speakers include Cory Foy, Scott C. Reynolds, Sean Chambers, Christopher Bennage and myself.
01-15-2009 1:52 PM