Training: Test-Driven Development in C#


Duration: 3 Days
Contact: Siddhesh Nikude
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Phone: +91-95-52572354

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  • English
  • German
Nelkinda Software Craft Pvt Ltd

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Software Crafters, Software Developers, Software Testers, XP Coaches.


Solid knowledge of the C# programming language and its build tools like MSBuild or Cake.


Learn the benefits, mechanics, and nuts and bolts of developing software using Test-Driven Development.


Test-Driven Development (TDD) is a software development practice from Extreme Programming (XP) and Software Craft. TDD increases code coverage, leads to fast tests, and supports continuous refactoring and continuous design improvement. Some benefits of TDD include developing faster with fewer errors, reducing debug time, lean development, better design, quick feedback, and eliminating fear for continuous refactoring. Last but not least, TDD drives decoupled and thus better quality software architecture.

Examples and exercises range from simple problem statements like a leap year function to test-driving legacy code with the ExpenseReport legacy code refactoring kata.

The course uses .NET 6.0.9, xUnit 2.4.2, and NUnit 3.13.3. The recommended IDE is Rider; VSCode is supported as well. The course will be probably be upgraded to .NET 7.0 in November 2022 with the expected release of .NET 7.0.

The course language is C#. Nelkinda also offers this course in other languages, for example, C, C++, Java, JavaScript, Kotlin, Python, Swift, and TypeScript.

Event Type

This is a 3 full days open (anyone can register) instructor-led classroom training about Test-Driven Development in C#. The number of seats is limited to ensure the best quality training for the participants. The course fee includes snacks and lunch.


Your trainer for this event is Christian Hujer.

Christian Hujer has 21 years of experience in TDD and 25 years of experience in Java. He's been training developers and teams for organizations like BNP Paribas, Elsevier, Ford, Giesecke & Devrient, Nokia, SUN Microsystems, UBS, Volkswagen, and many others.