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"Test Driven Development: A Practical Guide" just won the Jolt award inthe Technical Book category. I want to make my appreciation known for those that helped out.
At the 2004 Jolt Awards (Mar 17 at the SDWest conference) my latest book was award the Jolt for "Technical Book". I'd like to take a moment to acknowledge and thank the folks that helped make the book what it is:
Mike Clark for the section on JUnitPerf,
Jens Uwe Pipka for the section on the Daedalos extensions,
Tim Bacon for the section on xmlUnit,
Mike Bowler for the section on the Gargoyle extensions ,
Bryan Dollery for the section on IDEA,
James Newkirk for the chapter on NUnit, (James' own book on TDD with .Net is now out as well)
Bob Payne for stepping in at the last minute with the chapter on PyUnit,
Kay Pentecost for the chapter on VbUnit, and
Scott Ambler for the appendix on agile modeling (Scott always seems to have a new book out... I've lost track :).
There are always scores of people behind the scenes of any success, and this is no exception. I'd especially like to thank my editor, Paul Petralia for his hard work, encouragement, and.. well.. patience.
|Dave Astels has been developing hardware and software solutions for more than 20 years in domains ranging from environment control systems to electrical energy trading systems to mass market products. Since the late 1980s he has been working exclusively with object technologies: a mix of C++, Smalltalk, Java, and some more obscure OOPLs. Since the late 1990s, he has been studying, using, evangelizing, and teaching Agile Development processes and practices. He has coauthored/authored two books for Prentice Hall: "A Practical Guide to eXtreme Programming" and "Test-Driven Development: A Practical Guide". He also edits the TDD edition of The Coad Letter, which is part of the Borland Development Network. He co-founded and runs Adaption Software, Inc. (www.adaptionsoft.com).|