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Chris Pietschmann
Worked at Carto LLC
Attended University of Wisconsin-Washington County
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It's live. A NEW episode of This Developer's Life featuring +Sammus Synthesizer and +Rob Conery #Faith http://thisdeveloperslife.com/  Share and Subscribe.
In this episode of This Developer's Life we ask the hard questions about space. Why aren't we on Mars? Why haven't we gone back to the moon? We talk to Paul Lutus, Dan Bricklin, Tamar Cohen, and hear from Ray Bradbury. 3.0.1 Cancer. Mo and Scott share their thoughts and struggle in this cancer ...
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Did you know Ruby apps run on Azure too?
Did you know Ruby applications can be hosted on Microsoft Azure too? Microsoft Azure is about much more than just Windows and Microsoft's developer tools. Just one of the many great platforms suppo...
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Join us Tuesday, May 20th for part three w/@martinfowler, @kentbeck&@dhh. Keep the conversation going at  #IsTDDDead

"TDD as One True Way" versus "TDD as devil-spawned tempter" is not a productive contrast. Most of us have similar goals for development: confidence, impact, challenge, belonging. Test-driven development is one path toward these goals, but there are many other paths. This conversation in six parts explores tradeoffs in development, places TDD in those tradeoffs, and gives you perspective with which you can decide for yourself how you want to program.

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"TDD as One True Way" versus "TDD as devil-spawned tempter" is not a productive contrast. Most of us have similar goals for development: confidence, impact, challenge, belonging. Test-driven development is one path toward these goals, but there are many other paths. This conversation in six parts explores tradeoffs in development, places TDD in those tradeoffs, and gives you perspective with which you can decide for yourself how you want to program.

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Martin Fowler
Kent Beck
David Heinemeier Hansson (DHH)
This Hangout On Air is hosted by ThoughtWorks. The live video broadcast will begin soon.
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Nice find, I agree with David. That because it is easier to test it isn't always better design. You don't want to go crazy decoupling everything in your code because it makes it harder to follow.
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Yes, Ironic that I'm posting this video which forces you to watch on a device you own in order to send a message about leaving it alone. But trust on this and give it a try because after you watch you will understand why. 
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husband, father, code ninja, autodidact, entrepreneur, innovator, Microsoft MVP and pursuing an education in Neuroscience
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Microsoft MVP - Bing Maps
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  • University of Wisconsin-Washington County
    2010
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  • Carto LLC
    Co-Founder, 2010 - 2016
  • Simplovation LLC
    Owner, 2007 - present
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