Let's Play: Test-Driven Development
August 30, 2010
Let’s Play: Test-Driven Development is a screencast series featuring Java, test-driven development, and evolutionary design. It chronicles the development of a real software project, warts and all. Each episode is about 15 minutes long. For more videos, see the episode guide.
I'm trying a little experiment: a screencast of me working on a real project, from scratch, using test-driven development. I've called it "Let's Play: Test-Driven Development" in honor of all the Let's Play videos I love watching.
Like a "Let's Play" video, this is a live, stream-of-consciousness recording of my successes and slip-ups as I work. (So far, mostly slip-ups.) I'm hoping this will be an interesting view into how test-driven development works when you take it out of the classroom. As the series continues, I'm sure you'll see quite a bit of incremental design and architecture, too.
As I said, this is an experiment. I'm going to do several episodes and see what the response is like. So if you like it, let me know by leaving a comment on my blog, subscribing to my new Youtube channel, or helping spread the word. Feedback from people like you is how I'm going to judge whether I should keep going.
I hope you enjoy it.
Episode #1: "How Does This Thing Work, Again?"
Visit the Let's Play archive for more. For the first few comments on this entry, see the original announcement.