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    Practice agile programming with coding dojo

    Johannes Brodwall
    Johannes Brodwall
    Buddhima w.wickramasinghe.
    Buddhima w.wickramasinghe.
    schedule 3 years ago
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    90 mins
    Workshop
    Beginner

    A Coding Dojo is a fun and social way to become a better programmer. Johannes is an experienced coding coach who will guide you through a few hours of programming that will transform your understand your craft and yourself as a programmer. In the workshop you get to try out pair programming, test-driven development and continuous refactoring for yourself and you get lots of recommendations on how to improve your coding and testing. You will need to bring your own computer with a development environment of your choice. Recommended for Java, Ruby, JavaScript and C# developers.

    This is what previous participants say about the workshop:

    • What did you learn? New tools, pair programming and fun exercises; Ide tricks, programming language basics, testing tools, using tests as a reasoning tool; you can comfortably pair with strangers.
    • What surprised you? Small steps work better than planning; It's easy to get started when you pair program; Pair programming is nice
    • What do you plan to do next? Using TDD every day; Listen to partner more carefully - he may already have solved the problem.
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    Agile Engineering Javascript with Jasmine & AngularJS, Karma & Jenkins

    Daniel Zen
    Daniel Zen
    schedule 3 years ago
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    90 mins
    Tutorial
    Intermediate

    Agile & Test Driven Development of frontend JavaScript User Interface code is often passed over using the excuse that the UI code is "declarative" (What you see is what you get) and therefore does not 'need' to be tested. Others, will dismiss testing frontend AJAX code as too difficult to maintain or unnecessary because it is only important in context with the server. We will show how these misconceptions are false. 

    We will cover several popular JavaScript tools and technologies that make Agile frontend web development easy. We will show how these front end technologies cannot only be functionally tested, but Unit Tested. If time is available will cover Continuous Integration, Dependency Injection, & Mock objects.  

    By including your front-end code in your automated testing process you can prevent the inclusion of bugs that are usually only caught with manual testing.

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    Agile Engineering Javascript with Jasmine & AngularJS, Karma & Jenkins

    Daniel Zen
    Daniel Zen
    schedule 3 years ago
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    90 mins
    Tutorial
    Intermediate

    Agile & Test Driven Development of frontend JavaScript User Interface code is often passed over using the excuse that the UI code is "declarative" (What you see is what you get) and therefore does not 'need' to be tested. Others, will dismiss testing frontend AJAX code as too difficult to maintain or unnecessary because it is only important in context with the server. We will show how these misconceptions are false. 

    We will cover several popular JavaScript tools and technologies that make Agile frontend web development easy. We will show how these front end technologies cannot only be functionally tested, but Unit Tested. If time is available will cover Continuous Integration, Dependency Injection, & Mock objects.  

    By including your front-end code in your automated testing process you can prevent the inclusion of bugs that are usually only caught with manual testing.

  • Liked Johannes Brodwall
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    Practice agile programming with coding dojo

    Johannes Brodwall
    Johannes Brodwall
    Buddhima w.wickramasinghe.
    Buddhima w.wickramasinghe.
    schedule 3 years ago
    Sold Out!
    90 mins
    Workshop
    Beginner

    A Coding Dojo is a fun and social way to become a better programmer. Johannes is an experienced coding coach who will guide you through a few hours of programming that will transform your understand your craft and yourself as a programmer. In the workshop you get to try out pair programming, test-driven development and continuous refactoring for yourself and you get lots of recommendations on how to improve your coding and testing. You will need to bring your own computer with a development environment of your choice. Recommended for Java, Ruby, JavaScript and C# developers.

    This is what previous participants say about the workshop:

    • What did you learn? New tools, pair programming and fun exercises; Ide tricks, programming language basics, testing tools, using tests as a reasoning tool; you can comfortably pair with strangers.
    • What surprised you? Small steps work better than planning; It's easy to get started when you pair program; Pair programming is nice
    • What do you plan to do next? Using TDD every day; Listen to partner more carefully - he may already have solved the problem.
  • Mark Collins-Cope
    Mark Collins-Cope
    schedule 3 years ago
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    90 mins
    Talk
    Intermediate

    This talk discusses a reference architecture for object-oriented/component based systems consisting of five strata (or layers**).

    The purpose of the talk is to show how this large-scale application model helps us to understand the overall structure of a system, how strata help us to clarify our thoughts, and how it encourages the separation of concerns such as the technical v. the problem domain, policy v. mechanism, and the buy-or-build decision - and of course why this style of architecture is relevant to ease of refactoring and software restructuring under changing and multiple requirement sets.

     

    Assuming an application is made up of a number of components, the strata proposed is based on how specific to the particular requirements of an application each component is. More specific (and therefore less reusable) components are placed in the higher layers, and the more general, reusable components are in the lower layers. Since general non-application components are less likely to change than application specific ones, this leads to a stable system as all dependencies are downward in the direction of stability, and so changes tend not to propagate across the system as a whole.

     

    ** regarding: layers
    As well as presenting the reference model, this talk also discusses and clarifies in concrete terms the meaning of one architectural layer being above another. Perhaps surprisingly, the meaning of the layering metaphor is the subject of some confusion. Specific examples of this are given in the talk - though not yet shown on the slides.

    (Note; this is suggested a 90 minute presentation however it can be extended to a full half-day, one day or two day workshop. I also have two other agile presentations which I can submit if interest is there - these cover agile planning).

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    TDD and CI - closing the agile loop over system programming using Go (golang)

    Shashank Teotia
    Shashank Teotia
    schedule 3 years ago
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    90 mins
    Demonstration
    Advanced

    With Google Go becoming more popular and accepted, it becomes important for us to know the right framework to apply for adopting a TDD and CI approach to writing application written in Go. Especially, when we are talking in the context of writing software which interfaces with system drivers and services.


    We will also look at how we can create a build pipeline to run automated tests and continuously integrate into a packaged software.


    Other programming environments, have achieved a good level of maturity with tools for writing tests. I will present how we adapted our learnings in such environments into development in golang.