STAREAST 2020 Concurrent Session : Treat Yourself—Tale of Dog Training and Test-Driven Development

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Thursday, May 7, 2020 - 9:45am to 10:45am

Treat Yourself—Tale of Dog Training and Test-Driven Development

Before I started my career in software development, I worked for many years as a dog trainer. The experiences I made at this time are the reason why I immediately fell in love with testing. So, let’s talk about TDD! TDD stands for Test-driven development and it’s not only a technique to write tests but also a design process in software development. I want to give you a new perspective on this process and explain how to TDD with the help of comparing it to train a dog. TDD has so much in common with dog training, so at the end of my talk you should be able to write a piece of c test-driven code, and also teach a dog a little trick—well, the last thing at least theoretically.

Mirjam-Bäuerlein
BRYTER

While Mirjam began programming at an early age, her career didn’t start in that field. She worked as an accountant, management assistant, and office administrator and after that became a dog trainer with the main focus on behavioral issues. After many years working with people and their dogs she changed her career for the second time and became a frontend developer. Currently, Mirjam is working at BRYTER, where she helps building a no-code automation platform with lots of tests in the front-end!