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Agile Java Development Practices Workshop In Canberra

Posted by johnsmart on October 17, 2012 at 6:39 PM PDT

Next week holds a lot of exciting events for me at Canberra. Aside from delivering a talk on Behavior-Driven Development for the Canberra Java Users Group, I will also be conducting the Agile Java Development Practices workshop.

If you want to learn how to write effective tests and better your code, produce high quality applications, know the latest on agile development tools and practices, and ultimately become a Java master, then this workshop is for you.

The Agile Java Development Practices workshop is an all-in-one venue for students to learn the latest agile development practices and tools and how to put them into action. The course covers the scope of agile development activities including agile requirements gathering, agile architecture, test driven development, refactoring and clean coding, continuous integration and delivery, behavior-driven development and collaboration. Advanced ATDD and Automated Acceptance Testing practices for Java developers are also covered in this course.

And to top off the learning experience, students will be able to build a small application using ATDD and TDD practices with the aid of tools such as JBehave, Spock and Thucydides.

In a matter of 4 days, students of this course will definitely level up their development skills. So if you want to make that next step on becoming a Java master, be sure to attend the workshop. You still have a day or two left to enroll!