Today saw me run my Test-Driven Development and Code Coverage session for the third time in as many months. Whilst the audience was fewer in number than usual, the interactivity made it a good session for me (and for the attendees from what I can gather). One thing that came out of this delivery was the need to examine user interface testing in more detail – something for 2007 I think.
The source code, crib notes and slide deck are available here.
It might be old hat, but I thought that a wiki-based community site of this scale was rather neat.
Please give C# Online your support here:
It also hosts a collection of forums here:
My interview for developer.*‘s Global Development Interview Series has now been published.
Donna Davis was the interviewer.
Dan Read (more about Dan here) has a great blog posting about the new things happening at developer.* – read it over here.
I’m excited to see that Dan’s launching developer.* books – the first book will be Software Conflict 2.0
The Art and Science of Software Engineering by Robert L. Glass (Foreword By Andrew Hunt, Pragmatic Programmers LLC) – more about this can be found here. I’d be pleased to read’n’review it Dan!
Anyway, read the full interview here.
I’m pleased to announce that in addition to this blog, I’ll be blogging over at Apress too. This will continue to be my primary blog, I plan to use the Apress blog to cover content that leans towards them, i.e. book reviews and references to books, etc.
Here‘s my first post.
Like this site, Apress are using WordPress to power their blog too. Nice!
I delivered this session at the UK’s first DeveloperDeveloperDeveloper day on 14th May 2005. My slide deck and elementary backlog spreadsheet are available here.
I’ve recorded a blogcast (my first) that demonstrates how the product backlog spreadsheet works. I had a cold whilst recording this, hence the occasional cough’n’splutter! I’m hosting the blogcast myself for now, just until I see what happens to the bandwidth (if it moves, I’ll update this posting). Product Backlog Spreadsheet – the blogcast!
Also available over at here: http://www.blogcastrepository.com/Dev/Contrib/Cmurphy/ScrumBackLogExample_CAM.htm
I’ve spent the last
two three weeks reading through Scott Berkun‘s first book, The Art of Project Management.
It’s an excellent read, I’ve reviewed it for the folks over at Scottish Developers.
If you would like me to review your book, either like this or prior to publishing, drop me an e-mail via the address found at the bottom of CraigMurphy.com.