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You can write what you want about yourself, your thoughts on CITCON, add links to your favorite sessions, whatever.
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https://twitter.com/Jtf
  
http://www.developertesting.com/archives/individual_weblogs-jeffrey_fredrick-index.html
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Author of [https://www.conversationaltransformation.com/agile-conversation-book/ Agile Conversations], co-host of the [https://www.conversationaltransformation.com/troubleshooting-agile-podcast/ Troubleshooting Agile Podcast], Co-organizer of [http://www.citconf.com CITCON], Managing Director at TIM (An Acuris Company), [https://www.openhub.net/accounts/16016 Contributor on CruiseControl], one of [http://ci-guys.com/ The CI Guys].
  
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http://www.linkedin.com/in/jfredrick
  
==10:00  Is RSpec Awesome or what?==
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http://blog.jeffreyfredrick.com
  
Elisabeth: on a project using TestUnit and RSpec. Wish we just cut over because it is tempting to stay in TestUnit which is more familiar.
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Formerly an Independent Consultant for Agile development, including issues of Product Management and as an Agile coach for teams adoption TDD, refactoring and continuous integration.
  
IDE support for RSpec
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Formerly blogging on Developer Testing: http://www.developertesting.com
 
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Refactoring support for Ruby Eclipse Plug-in
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Lots of harassment from the Mac user.
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Latest revision as of 05:00, 29 May 2020

https://twitter.com/Jtf

Author of Agile Conversations, co-host of the Troubleshooting Agile Podcast, Co-organizer of CITCON, Managing Director at TIM (An Acuris Company), Contributor on CruiseControl, one of The CI Guys.

http://www.linkedin.com/in/jfredrick

http://blog.jeffreyfredrick.com

Formerly an Independent Consultant for Agile development, including issues of Product Management and as an Agile coach for teams adoption TDD, refactoring and continuous integration.

Formerly blogging on Developer Testing: http://www.developertesting.com