Atlanta Software Craftsmanship Message Board › nearly free Craftsmanship course: 3/1 in the perimeter area
|Andrew M. F.||
Here's a nearly free course you should get your co-workers to come to. It's a great introduction to craftsmanship, led by Patrick Wilson Welsh and Tim Wingfield.
Agile Engineering: Building Software Right
Is practicing test automation all that is needed to become an agile developer? Many teams are comfortable with writing unit tests and even test driving applications. Unfortunately, many of the developers focused on building software these days apply the red-green-refactor cycle by rote and do not assemble systems that are easily understood and maintained. Applying the correct principles in every phase of the red-green-refactor cycle is key to building proper software.
This course will be a mix of lecture, code by example, and hands on development that leaves the students with an understanding of the following concepts:
* SOLID Development Principles
* Refactoring Approaches
* xUnit Testing Patterns
* Legacy Rescue Techniques
Please come equipped with a laptop and ready to develop. There are no language restrictions but examples will be provided in Java.
March 1: Atlanta: Perimeter Area
March 3: Van Buren Twp (Metro Detroit)
Includes something for breakfast and lunch.
senior agile coach, pillar southeast
Doing IT Differently.