How many people in the world are named Glenn? An odd question for sure, but what if that were your job, to verify the number of people named Glenn in the entire world? How would you do it? Continue reading
It’s day 4 and time for an abbreviated post. Today I made it to the first session in the morning, hung around in the open space to listen in on some post-talk discussion and met some friends for lunch to talk about some open-source development.
But the big news of the day was that the final votes were counted and the winner of the Agile2012 Conference Gold Star Award for Outstanding Accidental Contribution To The Field Of Hardware Verification… or repeat winner would be more accurate… is Elisabeth Hendrickson! She was the big winner last year and she did it again this year by spending another hour with me today showing me how to use cucumber to write acceptance tests. She’s also helped get me thinking about the possibilities for next year’s conference so congratulations (and thank you :)). Continue reading
It’s day 3 and this is a late night entry. At the risk of sounding like a broken record, I’ll say once again that was another good day. If you’ve been following along, you’ll probably notice that another good day has become the theme for me at this conference! Continue reading
Day 2 of Agile2012 was another good one. More good talks, had a chance to catch up with some friends from last year over lunch and in the 11-12 time slot, I presented my TDD And A New Paradigm For Hardware Verification. Continue reading
It’s a big week for agile software developers with Agile2012 officially starting today in Dallas.
Last year, Agile2011 was 5 action packed days and it’s looking like more of the same for Agile2012! After a late flight in last night and a solid 4 hours sleep (I had a late start from Calgary and an extra hour layover in Denver so I didn’t get into my room until about 2:15am), we’re off to a great start with today’s sessions. Continue reading