October 9, 2016
TDD 2.0 LaunchesYesterday saw the launch of the new Codemanship TDD training workshop in London. Thirty keen code crafters joined in South Wimbledon to put themselves through their TDD paces, and get their hands on my new book, exclusive to workshop attendees.
It was a packed day - maybe a bit too packed, with everything we crammed in - and everyone rose to the challenge admirably. As always, it's enormously rewarding to spend a day with developers who care about their craft.
The full version of the workshop comes in 1, 2 and 3-day varieties, with more time to explore each exercise, and at a more leisurely pace. Every attendee gets a copy of the 200-page book, which covers everything from TDD basics (red-green-refactor) to advanced topics like property-based testing and non-functional TDD. Further reading's clearly signposted, making the book and the workshop a great gateway into a lifetime of TDD study and practice, as well as a pick-me-up for experienced TDD practitioners, with many ideas not usually covered in TDD books and courses.
You can find out more about the workshop, and download the first seven chapters of the book for free, by visiting http://www.codemanship.com/tdd.html
Posted 3 days, 12 hours ago on October 9, 2016