Stephanie BySouth | Introduction to Extreme Programming Video – Richard Buckland from UNSW
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Introduction to Extreme Programming Video – Richard Buckland from UNSW

Lecture 24!  Richard Buckland is a very dynamic lecturer at the University of New South Wales, Australia. A favourite of many computer science lecturers; however, don’t let the fact this is for a geek degree put you off watching the video. It’s always great to watch a dynamic speaker and the content follows through the concept of unit testing useing the ‘C’ program language as the vehicle for the message.

For non-software agilist the lesson to take out of this video is the concept of testing ones theory before building the experiment!