DevTeach Montreal 2011 Wrap-up

Another year, another fun time at DevTeach. Thanks to everyone who came out to my sessions and asked questions. For those interested, you can download slides and demos from here:

TDD/BDD as Architectural Tools (slides | code)

Convention-over-Configuration (slides | code)

Agile Development with IoC and ORM (slides | code)

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About James Kovacs

James Kovacs is a Technical Evangelist for JetBrains. He is passionate in sharing his knowledge about OO, SOLID, TDD/BDD, testing, object-relational mapping, dependency injection, refactoring, continuous integration, and related techniques. He blogs on CodeBetter.com as well as his own blog, is a technical contributor for Pluralsight, writes articles for MSDN Magazine and CoDe Magazine, and is a frequent speaker at conferences and user groups. He is the creator of psake, a PowerShell-based build automation tool, intended to save developers from XML Hell. James is the Ruby Track Chair for DevTeach, one of Canada’s largest independent developer conferences. He received his Bachelors degree from the University of Toronto and his Masters degree from Harvard University.
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  • http://jameskovacs.com/ James Kovacs

    Thanks, Gilles. Glad you enjoyed it. It was a fun session for me to do.

  • Gilles Leblanc

    I just wanted to give you my thumbs up for your TDD/BDD conference, which I attended.

  • http://jameskovacs.com/ James Kovacs

    Sorry. Link pasting error on my part. Fixed now. And yes, MSpec rocks. Thanks for all your hard work on maintaining it.

  • Anonymous

    Hey James,

    The link to the second slide deck points to the BDD slides. Nice to see MSpec mentioned in the latter :)

    Alex