TDD

Agility and beyond

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Extended [55 minutes]
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This year, the Agile Manifesto turned 10 years old. Since the Manifesto was written, agility has risen to the level of an industry-wide hype. As with any hype, it follows the hype-cycle as defined by Gartner: going up the "Peak of Inflated Expectations", down into the "Trough of Disillusionment", slowly climbing the "Slope of Enlightenment" to arrive on the "Plateau of Productivity".

Eclipse for Testers

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Extended [55 minutes]
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Eclipse has been one of the best IDEs for Unit Testing ever since its early days. Not too great a surprise, as until a few months ago, JUnit co-founder Erich Gamma was also lead engineer for Eclipse Java Development Tools and related IBM products like Rational Jazz. From Version 3.2 on JUnit was directly built into Eclipse, after a separate plug-in has already been available.

Test Driven Development in embedded java projects – an unusual insight in usage scenarios and budgets

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Standard [25 minutes]

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Could you imagine that your marketing and training divisions ask your software development department to install test driven development (TDD)? And that they’re willing to spend money of their own budgets to support the IT department in consequently using this methodology? No? If it’s hard for you to imagine that this is really happening or if you’re struggling with reservations concerning TDD in your company, then it’s time to listen to this talk.

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