Do you enjoy conferences and workshops? Here’s my conference schedule for this fall:
October 7–8: Intro to TDD (non iOS) in San Jose
Last year, I attended Silicon Valley Code Camp for the first time. This year, I’ll be teaching a session: Intro to Test-Driven Development.
This won’t be specific to iOS development. Instead, it’ll be platform agnostic, for anyone with a little programming experience.
This year, it’ll be hosted at the PayPal campus in San Jose, California. My session will be Saturday morning at 9:45. You can’t beat the price, which will be little more than a nominal lunch fee.
Send any programmers you know in the area. Also managers! They’ll get a taste of TDD from someone who’s been practicing it since 2001.
October 25–26: TDD Workshop in Seattle
My one-day TDD Workshop for iOS Developers has been well-received in Verona, San Jose, Chicago, and Indianapolis. This time, it’s coming to Seattle as part of Swift by Northwest.
The last time I taught the workshop (for a company, not a conference), I kept saying, “Wow, there’s so much we can cover. This could easily be a two-day workshop.” So guess what? This time, you can spend two solid days with me, learning Test-Driven Development for iOS!
October 27–28: Swift by Northwest
My session will be on the SOLID Design Principles. But I want to try something a little different this time:
- No slides. Live scribbling instead.
- Not a “presentation,” but a seminar. There will be discussion.
I think it’ll be a lot of fun. From our shared experiences, we’ll all become better software designers.
Will you be at any of these events? Let me know by leaving a note below!