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While in Orlando for the .NET Rocks! Visual Studio 2012 Launch Road Trip, Carl and Richard stopped in at the Better Software conference to talk to Ken Pugh about Acceptance Test Driven Design. Ken describes the core concept of involving the 'triad' of business stakeholder, developer and tester when writing user stories and capturing tests at the same time - tests that are described to the satisifaction of all three parties.

A fellow consultant with Net Objectives (netobjectives.com), Ken Pugh helps companies transform into lean agile through training and coaching. Ken’s particular interests are in communicating (particularly, effective requirements communication), delivering business value, and using lean principles to deliver high quality quickly. He trains, mentors, and testifies on technology topics ranging from object-oriented design to Linux/Unix. Ken has authored the Jolt Award winning Prefactoring, Interface-Oriented Design, and Lean-Agile Acceptance Test Driven Development: Better Software Through Collaboration. He has helped clients from London to Boston to Sydney to Beijing to Hyderadad. When not computing, Ken enjoys snowboarding, windsurfing, biking, and hiking the Appalachian Trail. He can be reached at ken.pugh@netobjectives.com.

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Running Time 54 minutes      Date Thursday, December 6, 2012     Comments Comments

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