October 12, 2018

...Learn TDD with Codemanship

TDD Training - Part I (Classic TDD), London, Sat Dec 1st

My flagship Codemanship TDD training course returns in a series of 3 standalone Saturday workshops aimed at self-funding learners.

It's the exact same highly popular training we've delivered to more than 2,000 developers since 2009, with 100% hands-on learning reinforced by our jam-packed 200-page TDD course book.

Part 1 is on Saturday Dec 1st in central London, and it's amazingly good value at just £99.

Part I goes in-depth on "classic" TDD, the super-important refactoring discipline, and software design principles that you can apply to your code as it grows and evolves to keep it easy to change so you can maintain the pace of development.

  • Why do TDD?

  • An introduction to TDD

  • Red, Green, Refactor

  • The Golden Rule

  • Working backwards from assertions

  • Testing your tests

  • One reason to fail

  • Writing self-explanatory tests

  • Speaking the customer's language

  • Triangulating designs

  • The Refactoring discipline

  • Software Design Principles
    • Simple Design

    • Tell, Don’t Ask

    • S.O.L.I.D.




The average price of a public 1-day dev training course, per person, is around £600-800. This is fine if your company is picking up the tab.

But we've learned over the years that many devs get no training paid for by their employer, so we appreciate that many of you are self-funding your professional development. Our Saturday workshops are priced to be accessible to professional developers.

In return, developers who've attended our weekend workshops have recommended us to employers and colleagues, and most of the full-price client-site training and coaching we do comes via these referrals.

Please be advised that we do not allow corporate bookings on our workshops for self-funders. Group bookings are limited to a maximum of 4 people. If you would like TDD training for your team(s), please contact me at jason.gorman@codemanship.com to discuss on-site training.

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Posted 2 months, 1 day ago on October 12, 2018