TDD for Embedded C++
2019-02-28 15:40:10 UTC
Most useful learnings:
Using Mocks (or mock frameworks) to express test expectations can be a useful thing in certain situations.
Concepts v exercises:
Presentation v discussion:
Sorry, I really don't know.
The exercises were easy in the beginning and really challenging at the end. For me they were doable, sometimes with help but doable. I learned a lot. So, again, I don't know how this could be improved.
Mr. Grenning was really nice and very professional. Although English is not my native language I understood everything quite well. Even some of the jokes ... I think. ;-)
Bring it on!
Yes, I can start. In fact I already did some TDD before I applied to the course. So it was a good excercise and it confirmed (most of) my assumptions about "doing TDD right".
Challenges to applying:
Most of my colleagues don't apply TDD. Some of them may be open to it but they have never really tried, don't see the amount of value in it, and so the rather not try. Maybe now I am more able to convince them.
I was really, *really* impressed by how good the presentation, the excercises, and the discussions were considering that the people involved were from different time zones and at least from three different countries. This was what I was most scared before: That something technically went wrong, I cannot install a necessary tool, or I just don't understand what I have to do to make it work. But all went just perfect.
Legacy code workshop:
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