It’s been a while since my last local appearance – too long in my opinion. Luckily I have a chance to remedy that:
August 19th: I’ll be speaking at the IL .NET Developers user group (IDNDUG) about Navigating the TDD alphabet soup. I’ll be speaking about TDD/BDD/ATDD, their origins, how (and when) to use them and which is better. I liked presenting this session on the last DevWeek (UK) and can’t wait to do so again.
September 7th: I’ll be co-presenting a Unit testing for legacy and concurrent code session at the Clean Code Alliance (IL). I’ll be speaking on unit testing concurrent and/or asynchronous and/or multi-treaded code. My session is right after Itzik Saban talks about unit testing legacy code.
September 8th: IL Tech Days. Seems that unit testing + multi core is in high demand. I have another opportunity to speak about Unit testing Concurrent code. It has been a popular session and I got to do it many times and yet I keep on learning new ideas and technics each time I present this topic.
And finally on October the 13th I’ll be introducing Clean code in a newly formed group – the Generalist Engineer.
It should be an interesting & fun session – and I’m coming right after Dr. Adi Avidor talk on Analytical disabstraction.
And now for something completely different
On November I’ll be speaking at the Agile Testing days.
I’m going to Navigate the xDD alphabet soup once again – this time twice as fast!
It’s a great conference with excellent speakers and I can’t wait to go.
That’s it for now. So in case you come to one (or all) of my sessions – please say hi and let me know what you think.