Thanks to everyone who attended my TDD talk at the weekend. I’ve already got some good feedback, and I accept that maybe I didn’t have a clear enough title or take home message. It was about more than just not having enough time, but the take home message of TDD should be that the overall cost of development will depend much less on debugger and tool performance and much more on the quality of your tests, which is something you have far more control over.
If anyone can make it to Glasgow city centre this week to talk development, you’ve very welcome to join us at the ScotAlt.Net meeting in Waxy O’Conner’s in Glasgow this Tuesday 7th May at 7:30.
For anyone at my alt.net or horn grok talk, or who was interested in the links at the end of my talk, here they are again in clickable form :
Amazon referal links for the books referenced in the talk, other book sellers are available:
- Test Driven Development (The Addison-Wesley Signature Series)
- xUnit Test Patterns: Refactoring Test Code (Addison Wesley Signature)