Brett Schuchert, Senior Trainer, Mentor and Consultant, Object Mentor
started teaching computer literacy courses in 1985 in a continuing education environment. He started working with Smalltalk, C and OOP 1989 deploying several applications in both languages (with the emphasis on C ). He started using Java in late 1996, deploying to production his first Java application in 1997. He has been training, consulting and mentoring the past several years. He is finishing up a four year engagement at
where he has helped transition approximately 50 COBOL programmers into Java/J2EE. On this assignment he has implemented significant parts of a rewrite of Hertz' reservation and booking back-end systems as well as mentored the business analysis in software process and requirements management. For a full CV, see here:
Test Driven Development(Tdd): A C# Demo
Test driven development, what is it? How should it look? This will be an interactive demonstration of Tdd. Brett will begin with a simple problem and then apply the three laws of Tdd to grow a mini application. The application will go in a direction driven by the audience, so the end result will depend on what happens during the demo.