I T.A.K.E. Unconference 2018

Filed under: BDD, Presentation, Selenium, — Tags: Behaviour-Driven Development, The four rules of simple design — Thomas Sundberg — 2018-05-20

In june 2018 I will return to I T.A.K.E. Unconference in Bucharest, Romania. I run two sessions there:

These two sessions combine something I think is very important. They combine clean and understandable code with discovering what to implement. Understanding what to do is often more valuable than to know how to implement something. Implementing the wrong solution may even be harmful and is just as much waste as implementing something wrong.

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Testing stage 2018

Filed under: Cucumber, Executable specification, Presentation, Selenium, — Tags: Behaviour-Driven Development, Gherkin, The four rules of simple design — Thomas Sundberg — 2018-03-26

In April I will be talking at Testing stage in Kiev, Ukraine

I have two sessions:

They are connected in the sense that they are both about how to implement the support code you need for your test automation initiative. As a developer, I know that how you implement code is really important. It is ultimately a matter of maintainability. And maintainability is probably the most important property a piece of code can have after being correct. Code that can't be maintained will create problems for you during the entire lifetime of your product.

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