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Are you tired of TDD workshops that make you do boring things like calculate bowling scores and prime factors or demonstrate how to win at the game of life? If so, this is the session for you! In this TDD workshop we will be building the domain model for EverCraft -- a new MMORPG from Blizzards of the Coast. We have lots of story cards prepared covering features from combat to magic, classes to spells, and races to items. Plus, we'll be defining some of these cards during the session in case you want that +9 knife of ogre slaying or enjoy casting magic missile at the darkness.
This workshop is language agnotisic and for all levels of developers. The focus is on TDD and emergent design but pair programming will be covered as well. The only requirement is that you bring a laptop and that you be able to test-drive you code with your language of choice. When you are done you will emerge a better programmer for the experience but there is small chance you will have a craving for Cheetos and Mountain Dew.
George Walters II
Northwoods Consulting Partners
firstname.lastname@example.org ❖ @walterg2
email@example.com ❖ @guyroyse
Adjusting the Levels
❖ Interrupt Us
❖ All Levels Session
- Covering some basics
❖ Not Selling TDD
- Showing how not why
- The experience will show the why
❖ We Expect You to Pair
❖ Language Agnostic
❖ You Know Your Tools
- We’re not here to teach you JUnit, Jasmine, or RSpec
Adjusting the Levels
❖ TDD & Ping Pong Pairing
- tell us how it’s going
- reﬂect on what you’ve learned
- the conference does this, we ain’t feedin’ ya
❖ Moar Coding!
❖ And the Winner Is…
Our Character Sheets
5th Level Facilitator
❖ +5 to Teaching: can help and teach
almost any student
❖ Bonus Feats: TDD & Pair
❖ Kata Mastery: have mastered the
Evercraft Kata and can help if
pairs get log-jammed
1st Level Product Owner
❖ Ideation: can form general ideas
for a product at will but won’t
know exactly what they want
❖ Clarity: given a question on
requirements can unerringly
❖ Agile Advocate: can promote
Pairing, TDD and other Agile
engineering practices to the
business 3 times per day
Make it Pass
Ping Pong Pairing
Make it Pass
Dos & Don’ts
❖ …start with a failing test.
❖ …write tests that become more and
❖ …write code that becomes more and
❖ …take turns writing tests, coding,
❖ …kibitz while pairing.
❖ …consider keeping a list of tests you
need to write.
❖ …write more than one test at a time.
❖ …have more than one assert in a
❖ …write any more code than is
needed to make the current test
❖ …code alone.
During the Kata
❖ Ask Questions
- as product owners, we might not know what we want
- as facilitators, we might have gaps in our material
❖ Present Ideas
- as product owners, we might like them more
❖ Code the Model Only
❖ Don’t Mess with Coding the Dice
- it’s not worth the hassle