Tag Archive: TDD

Artificial Intelligence, IoT, Mobile, DevOps, Software craftsmanship and more

March 31, 2017

The 5th edition of I T.A.K.E Unconference, the only technology agnostic event in Central and Eastern Europe, is taking place in Bucharest, Romania, 11-12 May. With a line-up of more than 30 international speakers, 6 keynotes, 6 parallel tracks, a technical Open Space and many opportunities for coding, the event brings together top-notch software crafters who lead the change in... Read more

Test Driven Development and incremental design

November 25, 2014

As we were sharing in an article in Today Software Magazine (Adrian Bolboaca & Alexandru Bolboaca) our views about software craftsmanship, we came to the fact that Test Driven Development is one of the core practices for software craftsmen. Besides the increasing number of articles, blogs, short movies or books on this subject, Test Driven Development (TDD)... Read more

How an Unit Test should look like

October 14, 2013

Often during my life as a programmer, coach and trainer I have to explain how a test should look like. So I decided to write about this subject. Remember that code, especially test code, is read more often than written. Often you will be the person to read it after you wrote it. So do... Read more

The Story of the First European Code Retreat

September 19, 2013

It was 2009 when Maria decided to organize the first ever agile conference in Romania, Open Agile Romania. To facilitate the marketing, it was planned as a track of an open source event, eLiberatica, better known at that time. Finding interesting speakers willing to come to Romania, at that time was much harder than expected.... Read more

Pair-Programming Game: Ping-Pong

September 17, 2013

Pair-programming and ping-pong game have something in common. Adrian Bolboaca, our trainer and coach, tells us about that on his blog. But being so interesting, he lets us to publish it here, as well. Purposes Learn pair-programming easier Force the “know-it-all” programmer to see other ways of writing code Force the “know-it-all” programmer to collaborate... Read more