Behavior Driven Design with NUnit User Group Presentation – Level 100

I recently gave a presentation on Behavior Driven Design at the AlamoCoders user group here in San Antonio.

Given the hour constraint I had and the level 100 rating of the presentation, I was pressed to deliver the absolute essentials to get someone up and running with BDD.

One of the more challenging aspects of presenting an entry level BDD presentation is the fact that you have to assume that some people have no exposure to any XUnit type development.  The founding principles of TDD (Red, Green, Refactor) must be reiterated before diving into BDD.  Once we got passed just what TDD is, the transition to BDD went much more smoothly then I had ever hoped.

If you are interested I have uploaded the presentation and the source to the Los Techies downloads library.

About Joe Ocampo

My personal philosophy is simple: "Have a good strategy that sets the environment for success through the enablement of the whole. Be agile but with a mind towards pragmatism. Delegate to the best qualified individuals, but don’t be afraid to involve yourself in all parts of a job. Treat everyone with respect, humility, and with a genuine pursuit towards excellence." Respected business and technical leader with expertise in directing organization towards effective results driven outcomes. Proven ability to perform and communicate from both technical and business perspectives. Strong technical and business acumen developed through experience, education and training. Provides the ability to utilize technology, harness business intelligence and execute strategically by optimizing systems, tools and process. Passionate about building people, companies and software by containing cost, maximizing operational throughput and capitalize on revenue. Looks to leverage the strengths of individuals and grow the organization to their maximum potential by harnessing the power of their collective whole and deliver results. Co-Founder of
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