In this session we'll introduce the core concepts of unit testing and TDD — what it is, how it's done, why it matters — and then jump into doing it with one of the most time-tested techniques to comfortably start to get comfortable with the idea: code katas. Code katas are a systematic practice where you solve a specific code problem for about 25 minutes. After that, you throw the code away! This means they're the ideal safe places to learn new things and stretch our boundaries. We'll do one live front-to-back so you'll be comfortable taking the idea and doing it on your own.


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Well explained and put into practice

Colin O'Dell at 19:19 on 27 Oct 2017

Live demos are risky. Doing a live demo for your entire presentation is impossible unless you truly understand the content and have rehearsed it before, which David clearly did. I would strongly recommend this presentation for anyone looking to learn the basics of TDD.