If you have read "Growing Object-Oriented Programs, Guided by Tests", read some of Steve's blogs, or have simply seen some of his code, you will know that Steve has a distinct coding style. He writes a lot of isolated, focused classes that can all be easily tested, and all the components fit together beautifully.
In this session, while doing a simple coding kata, you will have the opportunity to get inside Steve's head. And maybe you'd like to volunteer as Steve's right hand?
Steve Freeman, author of Growing Object Oriented Software, Guided by Tests (Addison-Wesley), was a pioneer of Agile software development in the UK. He has developed software for a range of institutions, from small vendors to multinational investment banks. Steve trains and consults for software teams around the world. Previously, he has worked in research labs and software houses, earned a PhD (Cambridge), written shrink-wrap applications for IBM, and taught at University College London. Steve is a presenter and organiser at international industry conferences, and was chair of the first London XpDay.
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