Customer TDD and FitNesse at italian Alt.NET conference

January 20 2009

as already posted a few days ago, next saturday i’ll be giving a presentation at the italian Alt.NET conference, hosted in Milan by the company i work for, Sourcesense. basically, it’s the same Tommaso and me gave at ESSAP last summer, but i’ve ported the basic examples in C#, packaged them all in a NAnt build script runnable both on Microsoft .NET and Mono. i’ve developed the code on a MacOS with Mono 2.0 and tested with a MS .NET on windows too.

no slides nor mind map this time, i’ll be using FitNesse pages themselves to show how FitNesse works. the code is here.

hope the README file is enough to start working with the examples. on MacOS i had troubles with the boundled NAnt that comes with Mono, so i had to manually add this to my .profile file, as described here:

export PKG_CONFIG_PATH=/Library/Frameworks/Mono.framework/Versions/Current/lib/pkgconfig

thanx to all the Alt.NET guys for the opportunity, and to Luca first, who was my proxy to the community.

happy customer-testing!

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3 Responses to “Customer TDD and FitNesse at italian Alt.NET conference”

  1. Simone Says:

    We’ll be waiting for your presentation, and interested in seeing the Mono environment really working :)

  2. Luca Says:

    good fun to you and Tommaso :-)

  3. xpmatteo Says:

    Hi Jacopo,

    readers of your blog might be interested in reading up on what customer tests are (aka acceptance tests.) Here’s a rerefence:

    http://www.extremeprogramming.org/rules/functionaltests.html

    And the wildly controversial

    http://jamesshore.com/Blog/Five-Ways-to-Misuse-Fit.html


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