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SkillsCast

Ten Mistakes Software Team Leaders Make

18th July 2011 in London at Skills Matter

This SkillsCast was filmed at Ten mistakes software team leaders make

In this talk, Roy Osherove discusses his best and worst team leaders, and shares his personal experiences from being a team lead. He'll discuss common mistakes, and better alternatives.

In this talk, Roy Osherove -- author of The Art of Unit Testing and one of the original ALT.NET organisers -- discusses his best and worst team leaders, and shares his personal experiences from being a team lead. He'll discuss common mistakes, and better alternatives. Topics will range anywhere from feeling helpless when implementing a new team practice, to bad teaching habits, to choosing the wrong type of leadership based on the current team phase. You can find out more about the topics in this talk at http://5whys.com

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Ten Mistakes Software Team Leaders Make

Roy Osherove

The chief architect at Typemock, Roy Osherove is one of the original ALT.NET organizers. He consults and trains teams worldwide on the gentle art of unit testing and test-driven development.

SkillsCast

In this talk, Roy Osherove discusses his best and worst team leaders, and shares his personal experiences from being a team lead. He'll discuss common mistakes, and better alternatives.

In this talk, Roy Osherove -- author of The Art of Unit Testing and one of the original ALT.NET organisers -- discusses his best and worst team leaders, and shares his personal experiences from being a team lead. He'll discuss common mistakes, and better alternatives. Topics will range anywhere from feeling helpless when implementing a new team practice, to bad teaching habits, to choosing the wrong type of leadership based on the current team phase. You can find out more about the topics in this talk at http://5whys.com

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Ten Mistakes Software Team Leaders Make

Roy Osherove

The chief architect at Typemock, Roy Osherove is one of the original ALT.NET organizers. He consults and trains teams worldwide on the gentle art of unit testing and test-driven development.