Hanselminutes Podcast 151 - Fit and Fitness with Ward Cunningham and James Shore
My one-hundred-and-fifty-first podcast is up. Ward Cunningham is the creator of the Wiki, and the creator of the "Fit" testing framework. James Shore is the coordinator of the Fit project, an agile coach and the author of The Art of Agile Development.
You may have heard the terms "Fit" and "Fitnesse" bandied about by the software engineering literati. What are they? Are they useful? Are they used at all? Does your testing strategy need some fitnesse? The creator of Fit and the coordinator of the Fit project chat with Scott and answer the hard questions. Is Fit Dead?
Do also remember the complete archives are always up and they have PDF Transcripts, a little known feature that show up a few weeks after each show.
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