BDD Course, Berlin, 22-24 October 2014
I'll be joining BDD Kickstart and Cucumber Pro's Aslak Hellesøy in Berlin in October.
Tickets available here!
As well as Aslak's amazing Cucumber expertise, you'll also have an opportunity to learn about Cynefin and Capability Red. Find out how to short-cut BDD for familiar requirements, and how to handle areas of high uncertainty... then learn how to automate scenarios to ensure that your quality starts high and stays high, and that your software really does matter!
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Category Archives: kanban
Today Benjamin Mitchell played a small exercise I really liked during his Kanban talk. Benjamin gave each of two people 5 A4 envelopes and 5 pieces of paper. The two people were given instructions to either write a letter sequentially, … Continue reading
A lot of times when I go to conferences, I’ve already got a slew of half-formed ideas and thoughts from the amazing communities with whom I hang out. The conferences have been fantastic for helping me refine and validate those … Continue reading
When I started coaching Agile methodologies, I didn’t know how much I didn’t know. I had come from Thoughtworks, a company whose tools and processes are mostly driven by Extreme Programming, aka XP. In that respect, most of what I … Continue reading
I’ve been invited to speak at the Lean Software and Systems Conference in Atlanta, April 21st to 23rd 2010. BDD, often described as “TDD done well”, is strongly aligned with Lean principles. It’s a pull-based approach to delivering software that … Continue reading
I just read Michael Dubakov’s excellent post on Kanban psychology, and the shift in thinking from the habits we’re taught to a more rational behaviour. This post made me remember what it was like, being a developer who’s discouraged from … Continue reading
The paradox of mocking When we code from the outside-in in BDD, we start with the layer we know – the UI, often graphical – establish collaborators for the UI, establish collaborators for those classes, and work our way inwards … Continue reading