Media Kit

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Small Blurb

BDDCasts produces screencasts on Behavior Driven Development techniques in ruby. Our most recent series walks the viewer through the process of upgrading a real world Rails 2.3.x application to Rails 3.0. The application we upgrade is URLAgg and provides more challenges, or opportunities for learning, as it depends on a number of gems and plugins that are in various states of Rails 3 compatibility. http://bddcasts.com | @bddcasts.

Medium Blurb

BDDCasts produces screencasts on Behavior Driven Development techniques in ruby. Our most recent series walks the viewer through the process of upgrading a real world Rails 2.3.x application to Rails 3.0. The application we upgrade is URLAgg and provides more challenges, or opportunities for learning, as it depends on a number of gems and plugins that are in various states of Rails 3 compatibility. BDDCasts screencast content comes in two main flavors:

  • Short tips, tools and single focus episodes lasting 5-10 minutes and are released for free.
  • Longer, more involved concepts that cover a variety of topics lasting anywhere from 30-60 minutes and are generally a collaboration between both authors using remote pair programming setups. These episdoes typically cost between 1-3 credits, or $5 – $15.

You can find more out about BDDCasts from the site http://bddcasts.com or by following us on Twitter: @bddcasts.

Large Blurb

BDDCasts produces screencasts on Behavior Driven Development techniques in ruby. Our most recent series walks the viewer through the process of upgrading a real world Rails 2.3.x application to Rails 3.0. The application we upgrade is URLAgg and provides more challenges, or opportunities for learning, as it depends on a number of gems and plugins that are in various states of Rails 3 compatibility. BDDCasts screencast content comes in two main flavors:

  • Short tips, tools and single focus episodes lasting 5-10 minutes and are released for free.
  • Longer, more involved concepts that cover a variety of topics lasting anywhere from 30-60 minutes and are generally a collaboration between both authors using remote pair programming setups. These episdoes typically cost between 1-3 credits, or $5 – $15.

You can find more out about BDDCasts from the site http://bddcasts.com or by following us on Twitter: @bddcasts.

BDDCasts is produced by Istvan Hoka and Jeff Schoolcraft. They are available for custom consulting, training and more, for more details please visit http://bddcasts.com and click on “Hire Us”.

Istvan tweets as @ihoka and blogs at http://istvanhoka.com/
Jeff tweets as jschoolcraft and blogs at http://blog.thequeue.net.

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