Learn More About Software Development Practices at November Webinars
We're excited to announce two new webinars based on our recent popular blog series covering some of our favorite software development practices. Join Karen Coombs as she walks you through a collection of tools designed to close communication gaps throughout the development process. Registration for both 1-hour webinars is free and now open.
Finding a Common Language: Putting Software Development Practices to Use
November 11, 11:00am ET
This webinar is designed for anyone who is struggling with how to communicate actionable feature or product requirements. Whether you’re a librarian, developer or something in-between--you’ll find useful tools to create a middle ground of understanding for everyone involved in the project.
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How to Code for Users: Putting Software Development Practices to the Test
November 20, 1pm ET
This webinar is designed for any developer who has seen a project lose its way somewhere between the requirements and the (not-so) finished product. We’ll cover how to test your new code’s behavior against the goals and experiences defined in user stories and acceptance criteria.
You can also revisit our original Software Development Practices posts:
- What's the Problem?
- Telling Your User's Story
- Getting Specific with Acceptance Criteria
- Testing for Behavior, Not Just Success