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Lab: Real life TDD: Building a Spaceship, Gil Zilberfeld

If you're register to Day 1 you may also register to this lab. If you're not registered to Day 1, then we're sorry...

 

Space is limited to 30.

You will be divided to groups of 4-5 people per team (around a laptop)

 

Description:

I bet you've had enough of calculator examples. Let's do something important. Something that will change the world. We're going to TDD a... Spaceship!    In this tutorial we're going to:

  • Collect requirements
  • Analyze the requirements as we go
  • Discuss design options
  • Evaluate API
  • Have fun
  • Build a real (virtual) C# spaceship using test driven development.

If you ever thought of building a spaceship, this is your chance to do it the right way! All you need is laptop and your favorite IDE.

Duration 1:50 hrs.

 

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  • Udi O.

    Sorry, I just learnt I need to pick up the kids :-(

    February 18, 2013

  • Katy R.

    Unable to attend .

    February 15, 2013

  • Katy R.

    Unable to attend .

    February 15, 2013

  • Katy R.

    Unable to attend .

    February 15, 2013

  • Gil Z.

    Hi everyone,

    The workshop is going to be in Hebrew. Bring a laptop (but we're going to work in groups so you can join someone if you don't have one). On the laptop have an IDE and test framework ready (NUnit, JUnit, CppUnit, whatever). We're going to be flexible about languages and adapt to the situation.

    Important: This is about practicing TDD, not an introduction to testing. We're not going to write tests for the first time. If you don't have some experience in testing, you're still invited, but at least write a couple of tests beforehand. That's your homework.

    See you there,
    Gil

    1 · February 15, 2013

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