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Alan Cyment

Listen to how Alan Cyment went from being an employee to Argentina’s first Scrum Trainer (CST)

I wanted to call this interview “Agile hustle” because it’s a great story of how an employee in Argentina hustled to help host a Certified Scrum Master course, and then hustled himself into a conference and a new job. It’s an inspiring story of how commitment and dedication took Alan Cyment from Buenos Aires to […]

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Bas Vodde on Acceptance Test Driven Development (ATDD)

Bas Vodde recently posted a message about a paper that he co-wrote with Craig Larman on Acceptance Test Driven Development (ATDD). Bas is a Singapore based Certified Scrum Trainer who I’ve worked with on a couple of occasions. He’s an experienced trainer and with an excellent background in software development and large-scale Scrum, so I […]

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The benefits of Test Driven Development: Why TDD? (part 3)

If you have already read the previous two posts on Test Driven Development (TDD), you should probably do so before continuing (part 1, and part 2). I’ll wait here until you’ve read them. Okay, so assuming that you’ve read part 1 and part 2, you’ll know that I don’t have an issue with TDD. Rather, […]

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The benefits of Test Driven Development (part 2)

[Update: Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3] In part 1 of this three part series I looked at the evidence supporting Test Driven Development (TDD). In summary of that article, the use of TDD coincides with a decrease in defects but other claims on the benefits of TDD are not supported by the data. […]

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