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Building a Spaceship with TDD: The Prequel

11.26.2013
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Since I’m bringing my TDD spaceship to Agile Testing Days (October 28th through 31st in Potsdam) and Agile Eastern Europe (October 4th and 5th in Kiev), I’ve created a short video depicting in detail what led me to do this.

True story, by the way.

P.S. For Agile EE, just change a few letters, cities, countries and logos. You’ll have the same fun, even more maybe, and of course earlier.



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