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#Xpman 67 – the Saff Squeeze

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The saff squeeze was introduced by Kent Beck as a means of hunting down bugs using tests instead of the debugger.

It is a divide and conquer technique that makes bug squishing more methodical and creates a suite of tests as a by product. Bonus!

After a brief demonstration of the process, we will have a go ourselves in randori / mob programming fashion, laptops may be useful if we need to split into a few groups.

Battleships Prize Giveaway

As part of the evening we will be running the bot challenge and announcing the winner(s). There is still time to enter, more details in the original blog post. (You can still enter even if you can’t make Thursday’s session)


Madlab from 6:30

Grab a free ticket


Written by Mark Kirschstein

January 7, 2016 at 9:47 pm

Posted in Uncategorized

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