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Coding Dojo: Test Driven Development

Course Summary

Do you work on a team where not everyone is enthusiastic about good design and writing automated tests? How can you promote good practices amongst your colleagues? If you've been working as a programmer for a few years, and perhaps have become the team le


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    Course Syllabus

    ● What is a Coding Dojo and why would I want to hold one?
        ◦ What is a Coding Dojo?
        ◦ Course and Module Overview
        ◦ Practical Coding Skills
        ◦ Learning to Ski and Learning TDD
        ◦ Incidental and Deliberate Practice
        ◦ Code Katas
        ◦ Dojo Principles
    ● Teaching and Learning Test Driven Development
        ◦ Introduction to Test Driven Development
        ◦ Demo: Leap Years Kata
        ◦ Component Skills of TDD
    ● Collaborative Games for Programmers
        ◦ Introduction to Collaborative Games for Programmers
        ◦ Prepared Kata
        ◦ Randori and Ping Pong Programming
        ◦ Randori in Pairs, and Code Retreat
        ◦ Constraint Games
    ● Sample Series of Coding Dojos
        ◦ Introduction to my Suggested Series of Coding Dojos
        ◦ A First Coding Dojo
        ◦ Refactoring Dojo - Introduction and Agree Activities
        ◦ Refactoring Dojo - Tennis and Yahtzee Code Katas
        ◦ Writing Good Tests Dojo - Gilded Rose Kata
        ◦ Clean and SOLID code - Dependency Inversion Principle
        ◦ Clean and SOLID code - Racing Car Katas
        ◦ Incremental Development - A Code Kata from Scratch
    ● Organizing and Facilitating a Coding Dojo
        ◦ Introduction to Facilitating and Organizing Coding Dojo Meetings
        ◦ Preparing the Meeting Room for Your Coding Dojo
        ◦ Meeting Structure and Introduction
        ◦ Agree Activities
        ◦ Facilitating the Coding Part of The Meeting
        ◦ Retrospectives
        ◦ Handling Difficult Questions
        ◦ Following Up and Moving Forward
    ● A Tool for the Coding Dojo: Cyber-Dojo
        ◦ Why might you want to use a tool in your Coding Dojo?
        ◦ Analysing a Test Run Log
        ◦ Revert To Last Green - Practicing Refactorings
        ◦ Setting-Up A New Code Kata in Cyber-Dojo - Demo
        ◦ Facilitator Overview - the Cyber-Dojo Dashboard
        ◦ Using The Cyber-Dojo Dashboard in The Retrospective
        ◦ Setting-Up A Custom Starting Position in Cyber-Dojo
        ◦ Summary - what a tool like Cyber-Dojo is useful for.

     


Course Fee:
USD 29

Course Type:

Self-Study

Course Status:

Active

Workload:

1 - 4 hours / week

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