Welcome to my brain

I’m delighted to be taking part in a In the brain of… session organised by the folks at SkillsMatter.

When the SkillsMatter folks actually checked inside my brain and heard the rattling noise, they realised I would need some help, so Liz Keogh – BDD pioneer and project lead for JBehave – will be co-presenting with me. (If you hold Liz up to your ear you can hear The Cure.)

SkillsMatter is a fantastic training organisation that believes in creating and nurturing communities. This event kicks off a London BDD community, which is very exciting for me because it means there is a genuine momentum behind BDD as a movement. This is the first of a series of (mostly free) talks around BDD and automated testing taking place throughout the rest of the year.

The event is free to attend and it takes place at SkillsMatter’s London office on Monday 17 August from 6:30 pm. I expect we’ll go for beer afterwards.

Please register online so we know how many chairs to put out, and I look forward to seeing you there.


  1. Beer and conversation about BDD? Oh, I couldn’t poss… go on then.

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  3. Rob Hathaway · ·

    Dan…I’m gutted I missed you and Liz with me being away on holiday. Any chance you’ll be doing another one some time soon. If you’re looking for real world BDD success stories then checkout http://www.mousebreaker.com – the combination of kanban, real options and bdd (and some talented developers) makes this one ultra successful site (10 million page impressions growth per month, every month since launch a year ago!)

  4. Rob – I’ll be running a shorter talk followed by code examples on 7th September. It would be great to see you! I owe you a pint for putting me forward for my current gig – it’s turning out to be a lot of fun!

    1. Rob Hathaway · ·

      Hi Liz – unfortunately I’ll be out of the country working on a customer site that week. How about meeting up next week or the week after I get back? Can we get Dan along too?

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