Upcoming speaking engagements – User groups, meetups & AgileTD

It’s been a while since my last local appearance – too long in my opinion. Luckily I have a chance to remedy that:
e2d712faabaedaccd7ce0744e8a24ea3184dc595_smallAugust 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

atd_banner_300x300_speakerOn 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.

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