TechDays 2010 : Making TDD work using Visual Studio 2010

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Visual Studio 2010 brings with it several enhancements to help cut development friction and enable the developer to focus on the task at hand: writing high-quality code. Join Bart in a session where he dives deep in Visual Studio 2010 to show the improvements being made to better enable test-driven development. Obviously this session could not be complete with a proper introduction about Test Driven Development, introduction of mocks, principles of testable code and a quick peek into Behavior Driven Development(BDD). So… get ready for a joyful test experience.

Speaker: Bart Wullems

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      Laibalion

      I don't see where TDD with VS2010 is covered. He's just 'trying' to apply TDD on any development. Normally I would applaud this, but he isn't even doing it right. He implements some optimization before he 'knows' he needs it). Furthermore, he claims that BDD and TDD are the same thing....

      Also check the video from 1h10m to listen to his useless information about how TDD has to be done on complex projects -> OOP :O.

      This was the worst presentation that I saw during TechdaysBelux2010.

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      Jonas Eriksson

      I like the presentation as a introduction to TDD. Bart is clear and has a nice pace.

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