If you're developing software and you know who Uncle Bob is (how's THAT for redundant?), I recommend this video.
Two of my favorite Uncle Bob quotes in the video:
"I felt the power of making the machine do my bidding precisely, and I was a programmer right from that moment on. I devoured books. I was a 12-year-old without a computer, so I'd write the programs by hand and execute them in my mind."
"My first knee-jerk reaction to TDD was negative."
Thanks to +Joe Ferguson
for sharing this video in the #memtech
IRC. I really enjoyed watching it, and I hope you do, too.
P.S. I listened to the last 20 minutes at double speed, and it was plenty consumable at that speed, but I enjoyed it more at normal speed. So don't be unduly intimidated by an hour's runtime. Speed it up if it means the difference between watching it and not watching it. In fact, you needn't /watch/ it at all... just listen.