TDD


  Roy Osherove has worked in the software industry for over 20 years, and has authored several books including “The Art of Unit Testing”. These days, he is working as a freelance consultant & trainer on-site for various companies across the world.   Links https://osherove.com/ https://twitter.com/RoyOsherove https://www.linkedin.com/in/osherove/ “Tempting Time” by […]

Episode 209 – Elastic Leadership with Roy Osherove



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  This week we’re talking with J. B. Rainsberger. J.B. is a Business and Software Coach, Mentor, Consultant, Trainer, and Speaker. He is currently owner of JBrains.ca. No design is perfect. Learn how to avoid getting stuck in the corner of bad design. Test First Programming Test-Driven Development Evolutionary Design […]

Episode 152 – TDD with J. B. Rainsberger



  Brad has been a professional software developer for more than 25 years, working as a consultant, developer, team lead, architect, and CTO. He is currently working at Microsoft on the App Center team, having previously worked on the ASP.NET and CodePlex teams. He has been involved in the agile […]

Episode 082 – xUnit with Brad Wilson


  What is Quality Software and how do we ensure we are Delivering Quality Software?   Transcript Clayton Hunt: This week we’re talking about quality and how we can deliver quality software. Jon Ash: So quality software that’s what the QA departments for? John Callaway: Quality is everyone’s responsibility. I […]

Episode 076 – Delivering Quality Software


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  In this episode the guys talk about their favorite programming books. First Books Inside Microsoft SQL Server 2000 Game Programming Starter Kit Clean Code Beginner (Basics) Trans-technology Clean Code (Robert “Uncle Bob” Martin) Clean Coder (Robert “Uncle Bob” Martin) Code Complete 2 The Pragmatic Programmer (Andy Hunt) Soft Skills […]

Episode 064 – Favorite Programming Books









A few years ago I was interviewing candidates to join our team. The interview was going well. The gentleman being interviewed was likable and answering questions well. When the subject of testing and test driven development came up he just rolled his eyes and said he hated testing. The interview […]

TDD: The Sign of a Mature Developer