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SkillsCast

TDD Simplified in 5 Steps

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25th May 2016 in London at CodeNode

This SkillsCast was filmed at TDD Simplified in 5 Steps :

We often find ourselves following the practise of TDD because a guru or book said to. But how often do we truly feel that TDD is bringing us undeniable value?

If you find that your tests don’t give you high confidence, that they are difficult to read or that your application is too hard to test then this talk may be for you.

Pete will cover 5 easy steps to understand techniques that have been hard learned after countless projects experiencing both the success and failure of TDD. When utilised, these steps will help you ensure a more rapid adoption of TDD with less overhead, higher quality and more enjoyment.

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TDD Simplified in 5 Steps

Pete Heard

Pete is a full stack web developer who specialises in AngularJS and Javascript but has his roots in .net. He has worked in a variety of different industries and is most interested in clean code, refactoring and automated testing. He is a signatory of the Software Craftsmanship Manifesto.

SkillsCast

We often find ourselves following the practise of TDD because a guru or book said to. But how often do we truly feel that TDD is bringing us undeniable value?

If you find that your tests don’t give you high confidence, that they are difficult to read or that your application is too hard to test then this talk may be for you.

Pete will cover 5 easy steps to understand techniques that have been hard learned after countless projects experiencing both the success and failure of TDD. When utilised, these steps will help you ensure a more rapid adoption of TDD with less overhead, higher quality and more enjoyment.

YOU MAY ALSO LIKE:

Thanks to our sponsors

About the Speaker

TDD Simplified in 5 Steps

Pete Heard

Pete is a full stack web developer who specialises in AngularJS and Javascript but has his roots in .net. He has worked in a variety of different industries and is most interested in clean code, refactoring and automated testing. He is a signatory of the Software Craftsmanship Manifesto.