Uncle Bob's Advanced Test Driven Development (TDD-ADVANCED-01-03)

Date
23-25 Jan 2013 (Add to calendar) GMT
Venue
Skills Matter at the MWB Busin , London, GB

This is a intense, hands-on and exercise driven Advanced Test Driven Development course is written and delivered by Uncle Bob Martin and focuses on the design of clean, robust, and maintainable unit and acceptance tests. You will learn the principles of test design, and the practices of keeping tests clean. More importantly, they will learn the principles of designing applications for testability. Exercises include the refactoring of bad tests, the writing of clean tests, and the design and refactoring of applications to make them testable.

This three-day hands-on Advanced Test Driven Development will explain the principles and practices of Test Driven Development as described in Agile Software Development, Principles, Patterns, and Practices by Uncle Bob. You will also receive this book as part of the course materials.

Exercises are in Java, but are applicable to C#, C++, and other object oriented languages.

Follow the link to see a 3 day breakdown of the course! http://skillsmatter.com/course/design-architecture/uncle-bobs-advanced-test-driven-development/mh-5384

£2150.00 £1935.00 if booked before 24-11-12

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Robert Martin (@unclebobmartin) has been a programmer since 1970. He is the Master Craftsman at 8th Light inc, an acclaimed speaker at conferences worldwide, and the author of many books including: The Clean Coder, Clean Code, Agile Software Development: Principles, Patterns, and Practices, and UML for Java Programmers.

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