November 2013 – Brooklyn Beta and Testing with C

Date: Thursday 28th November 2013
Time: 7:00pm
Venue: Staffordshire University – Stafford Campus (K102 – the Octagon building)

Brooklyn Beta is a friendly web conference aimed at the “work hard and be nice to people” crowd. Trevor Adams, a long time member of Agile Staffordshire, attended the event and will be presenting a short talk on what happened and what it might mean. The fourth Brooklyn Beta happened during 9-11th October 2013 in Brooklyn, New York.

Later in the session we shall be refactoring some C code; an exercise that grew from a post-presentation discussion in October. To get the most out of the session, access to a C compiler will be useful. The code is available via a github repository.

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  2. I’m sorry again for the rough presentation. I had great fun talking about Brooklyn Beta. I see there is one pull request this morning to merge too on the C project we looked at. A great session – I always appreciate spending time with Agile Staffs.

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