Selenium Testing: More Dangerous than We Thought?

Posted October 24, 2013 by Patrick Welsh in Agile eLearning, Extreme Programming, Learning, Tech Safety, Training

Selenium (Se) is a useful but dangerous tool. For example, it is extremely useful for cross-browser, multi-page scenario testing.
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VersionOne & Industrial Logic Partner to Deliver World-Class Agile eLearning

Posted August 10, 2011 by Joshua Kerievsky in Training

Read the Businesswire story about this new partnership… Industrial Logic is very pleased to announce our partnership with VersionOne. We are excited to offer our innovative Agile eLearning to a broader market to ensure the overall success of enterprise agile adoption.
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Songs: Smaller Batches in eLearning

Posted July 19, 2011 by Joshua Kerievsky in Training

As you may know, our online learning (http://industriallogic.com/shop) uses a music metaphor in which our content is organized into albums, box sets, playlists, compilations, etc. Every album we have is composed of tracks. We’ve recently been measuring how long it takes people to get through our tracks.
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JetBrains & Industrial Logic Partner On Agile Tools & Training

Posted August 5, 2010 by Joshua Kerievsky in Training

Read the PRNewswire story about this new partnership… Today I am pleased to announce our partnership with JetBrains, world's leading creator of professional software development tools.
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Sessions: A New Album from Industrial Logic

Posted June 17, 2010 by Joshua Kerievsky in Agile eLearning, Refactoring, Test Driven Development, Training

Over the last few months, we here at Industrial Logic have been working hard on a new album called Sessions. This new album allows you to visualize, quantify & critique your programming sessions.
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Tracking Compilation Errors

Posted April 7, 2010 by Joshua Kerievsky in Agile eLearning, Refactoring, Test Driven Development, Training

For many years, I've found students in a situation I call False Green.
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So You Want To Be A Programming Rock Star

Posted June 22, 2009 by Joshua Kerievsky in Software Patterns, Test Driven Development, Training

This Google TechTalk (from June, 2009) introduced Industrial Logic’s eLearning to Googlers. Video Duration: 56 minutes http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XVfJSqAhHV8&arve-mode=normal&arve-maxwidth=640 Software programming rock stars test-drive their code, refactor mercilessly and deftly apply design patterns. If you’d like to get from musician to rock star status, a good place to start is Industrial Logic’s eLearning albums.
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Value Squares

Posted December 5, 2002 by Joshua Kerievsky in Coaching, Extreme Programming, Simulation and Games, Training

Value Squares is a game that teaches how the XP values – Courage, Communication, Feedback & Simplicity – map to XP's practices. Players are asked a value question about a specific card and must decide which value is most applicable for that card.
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Retrospective Roulette

Posted October 3, 2002 by Joshua Kerievsky in Coaching, Extreme Programming, Simulation and Games, Training

An XP team can play Retrospective Roulette at the end of an iteration or project to assess how they’re doing. This game is played with the entire deck of eXtreme Programming Playing Cards.
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XP War

Posted by Joshua Kerievsky in Coaching, Extreme Programming, Simulation and Games, Training

XP War is a fast-paced game that resembles the old card game, War. The game is played with either all of the solution cards or problem cards from your deck of eXtreme Programming Playing Cards. Players compete to win the highest number of solutions or problems by comparing their values.
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