TDD



I was recently asked to give a presentation to a team, introducing them to Test Driven Development (TDD). I was first introduced to TDD 3 or 4 years ago and have enjoyed relaying my experiences and sharing my new passion with my fellow developers. When I first started with TDD […]

More than 6 Resources to Learn TDD


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Last month I had the honor of speaking at the Orlando .NET User Group (ONETUG) in Orlando Florida. My talk, entitled TDD: A Pragmatic Approach seemed to be of interest to everyone in attendance. Lots of questions and interest around Test Driven Development. After the presentation we continued the discussions […]

A Pragmatic Approach to TDD



I’ve been approached by 2 different people in the last week looking for ideas on a new career. Both showed interest in web development, and wanted my insight into the .NET world. I’ve written before about how I got started, but a lot has changed since I entered the field. […]

How to get started in web development


Too often I hear, “the client won’t pay for unit tests” or “I don’t like writing tests”. Ok. If you can guarantee a high level of quality and productivity without tests, go for it. Sadly its these same individuals and teams that have devoted days, weeks, or entire sprints to fixing […]

Bugs Will Be Fixed on Your Time




A Thorough Example We are about to embark on a journey. I, along with your help, will endeavor to create a complete website example using the trends I listed in my last post. Clayton HuntClayton has been programming professionally since 2005 doing mostly web development with an emphasis on JavaScript […]

Getting a Tutorial Project Started