Pablo’s Days of TDD

As Chad announced this week, the Los Techies guys are putting on a free developer event called “Pablo’s Days of TDD*.”  The goal is to do a series of workshops and labs at the novice and intermediate levels.  I’ll be there leading some discussions and doing some little presentations on advanced topics like design issues and mocking best practices.  If you’re anywhere near central Texas, give it a look and we’ll see you there.  The sign up instructions are on Chad’s blog at the link above.  Unlike a certain other un-conference, the registration is simply first come, first serve without any kind of elitist “invitation only” nonsense.


About Jeremy Miller

Jeremy is the Chief Software Architect at Dovetail Software, the coolest ISV in Austin. Jeremy began his IT career writing "Shadow IT" applications to automate his engineering documentation, then wandered into software development because it looked like more fun. Jeremy is the author of the open source StructureMap tool for Dependency Injection with .Net, StoryTeller for supercharged acceptance testing in .Net, and one of the principal developers behind FubuMVC. Jeremy's thoughts on all things software can be found at The Shade Tree Developer at
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  • Chad Myers

    @Larry: Can you hit the registration site?

    @Sheraz: We’ll be posting the source code and workshop/lab material we’re using which should be helpful.

    We’re seeing about lining up videos of some of the presentations since there has been overwhelming requests for it

  • Sheraz

    what about the guys in NY?????? how about educating us as well??? Taxes is wayyyy far for us. Is there any possibility that we can get our hands on the material (may be a video cast)????

  • Larry Foulkrod

    *groan* I wish that my corporate IT policy did not prevent me from visiting the page due to it being categorized as a code red danger due to the potential for me to download something.

    Download something, from the internet, whoa, how dangerous!

  • Jeremy D. Miller


    I’m sure we can get some of it recorded and posted on Viddler.

  • Gabriel Schenker

    you’re really lucky to live in the states! We in Europe have very few (or no) TDD, DDD or BDD related events… ;-(
    Yes, I know we should stand up and organize them ourselfs. And I will do some code camps next year. But still…
    +1 for recording!

  • Ike

    +1 for recording the sessions if possible.
    Also from Europe, but very interested in best practices of tdd

  • Shaneo

    Sounds like a great event. I sure wish I could come down there to Texas for this (from Winnipeg).

    +1 for the recorded sessions if possible :)

  • dragos

    For us who can not attend is it possible to record the sessions and maybe put it on the web.

    I saw something like this from the ALT.NET community and it was a very good material to study!

    Hope yo’ll do something for us the ones that are on the other continents.

    Regards D