Exploring Test Driven Design: An Agile Development Methodology

Is there a way to shave years off of the trial and error implementing Agile?
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Test-Driven Design (TDD) is an agile development methodology which espouses that tests should be written before application code is actually produced (Test-First Design). In this webinar led by Stan Spotts, Chief Architect for CAI, you’ll get to explore the concepts of TDD and see how it is implemented in Microsoft’s Visual Studio Team System and built-in unit testing capabilities, while learning how the concepts will be valid in any development environment.

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Stan Spotts ( MCSE, MCSD, MCDBA, CCA, A+, is Chief Architect at CAI and has over 25 years experience in operations, architecture, and development over a broad range of platforms, with a focus during the last ten years on Microsoft technologies. Prior to joining CAI, Stan worked as a technical evangelist for Microsoft Corporation in the East Region, and engaged with architects and developers at all levels. Over the years, Stan has worked as a consultant to several Fortune 1000 companies as well as small and medium businesses, and has published several articles and book parts while delivering hundreds of technical presentations.