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TDD and Asychronous Behavior

October 21, 2014 — Posted by Scott Bain

Test-Driven Development posits that all behaviors in a system should be specified in tests. Sometimes this appears to be challenging either because the system has design flaws that make it hard to test, or because the technique needed to create the tests is not immediately clear. Sometimes it is a bit of both.

At our blog Sustainable TDD, Amir Kolsky and I have outlined the techniques needed for writing TDD-style tests for code that supports mutli-threaded access.


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A New Agile Team Approach Emerges

October 16, 2014 — Posted by Al Shalloway

The next generation of team Agile approaches is beginning to emerge. It is built on what the industry has learned from earlier Agile methods. It is perfected with Lean thinking. It is tailored to the needs of the team and the needs of the organization to deliver value quickly and sustainably. It is the fourth wave of Agile.


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