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I'm a developer & consultant for [http://workingmouse.com/|Workingmouse] in Brisbane working mainly on Java & Ruby projects. I also have a [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Behavior_driven_development|BDD] framework [http://code.google.com/p/instinct/|Instinct]
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I'm a developer & consultant for [http://workingmouse.com/ Workingmouse] in Brisbane working mainly on Java & Ruby projects. I also have a [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Behavior_driven_development BDD] framework [http://code.google.com/p/instinct/ Instinct]
  
 
I was one of the "Brisbane Cluster" along with [[Paul_O%27Keeffe|Paul O'Keeffe]] and [[Paul King|Paul King]]. Managed to do more talking than listening, hopefully no one fell asleep!
 
I was one of the "Brisbane Cluster" along with [[Paul_O%27Keeffe|Paul O'Keeffe]] and [[Paul King|Paul King]]. Managed to do more talking than listening, hopefully no one fell asleep!
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#[[Using Dynamic Languages for Writing Tests]] (incl. DSLs)
 
#[[Using Dynamic Languages for Writing Tests]] (incl. DSLs)
  
For more information see [http://adams.id.au/tom-adams/|personal details], my blog [http://adams.id.au/blog/| nosewheelie] or [http://www.linkedin.com/profile?viewProfile=&key=5119481| LinkedIn profile].
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For more information see [http://adams.id.au/tom-adams/ personal details], my blog [http://adams.id.au/blog/ nosewheelie] or [http://www.linkedin.com/profile?viewProfile=&key=5119481 LinkedIn profile].

Latest revision as of 12:47, 1 April 2008

I'm a developer & consultant for Workingmouse in Brisbane working mainly on Java & Ruby projects. I also have a BDD framework Instinct

I was one of the "Brisbane Cluster" along with Paul O'Keeffe and Paul King. Managed to do more talking than listening, hopefully no one fell asleep!

I convened or co-convened the following sessions:

  1. Simplifying Mock Object Testing
  2. Behavior Driven Development
  3. Dynamic Build Languages
  4. Using Dynamic Languages for Writing Tests (incl. DSLs)

For more information see personal details, my blog nosewheelie or LinkedIn profile.