Few weeks ago I attended this really nice event in Krakow, Poland called
Code Retreat. I went there to improve my coding skills and I was surprised that
there were no Perl programmers and everyone was like "WTF. Someone still codes
and actually writes tests in Perl? " :) So we did few pair programming sessions
and I showed them how I do it.
Anyway - when I came home I googled for Perl TDD screencasts and found
exactly 0 of them. So I started to think about recording one. Finally I managed
to do so and I uploaded it to Youtube.
I did chose to try TDD Kata by Roy Osherove which has been implemented in
several different languages, AutoHotKey being one of them ... :) It's been
pretty nice experience for me and I found that katas are good way to improve my
skill. Also, seeing myself coding helped me to reveal few things that I would
like to improve in future.
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