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Uncle Bob's Advanced Test Driven Development
This is a intense, hands-on and exercise driven Advanced Test Driven Development course is written and delivered by Uncle Bob Martin and focuses on the design of clean, robust, and maintainable unit and acceptance tests. You will learn the principles of test design, and the practices of keeping tests clean.
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Agile Testing & BDD eXchange 2012 (Nov 23, 2012)
Join us for the next Agile Testing & BDD eXchange on November 23 2012. Be part of an informal day of deep technical insight and friendly discussion to learn, adopt and share new innovative ideas, tools and practices for enterprise software development. Follow updates on speakers and programme or suggest ideas and topics on twitter, tag #bddx or get more info here
Practical Agile Testing with Janet Gregory
Janet Gregory's three day practical agile testing course demonstrates how testers can become valued agile team members, how they contribute to delivering a continuous stream of business value, and provides ways to overcome common cultural and logistical obstacles in transitioning to an agile development process. Janet Gregory's Practical Agile Testing course describes the values and principles that help testers adopt an Agile QA mindset, and how the whole team contributes to the success of any testing practices, including test automation. Find out more here
Pekka Klarck's Robot Framework Hands-On Training
Robot Framework is a generic open source test automation framework for acceptance level testing and ATDD. It utilizes the keyword-driven testing approach and its tabular test data syntax is easy enough to learn also for non-programmers.
This hands-on Robot Framework training with its original author, Pekka Klarck, will show you how to create maintainable acceptance tests with Robot Framework and how to use various features of the framework effectively. We will also go through how to use Robot Framework for Acceptance Test Driven Development (ATDD) and how to extend it with your own test libraries. Find out more and book your place here