by Let's Developer
The FizzBuzz Kata is the answer to the problems your math teacher used to tease you with. Tear the problem apart and implement it with rigorous TDD. Repeat. That's what makes you master the craft.
by Sandro Padin
A performance of the Fizzbuzz Kata in Clojure. Music: Dance Yrself Clean By LCD Soundsystem
by Joakim Karlsson
My attempt at the String Calculator Interactions exercise. Rules for the exercise: osherove.com/tdd-kata-2/ Igloo is available here: igloo-testing.org
Music is creative commons from gardnermuseum.org/music/podcast/archives.asp This is an attempt at Roy Osherove's string calculator Kata osherove.com/tdd-kata-1/
by Michael Feathers
A screencast of my take on the String Calculator Kata in Haskell. Arrived at (what I think is) an elegant point-free solution.
by Corey Haines
This is a recording of the roman numeral kata with audio commentary. There is a companion video without the audio commentary. Please see the blogpost here for more information: http://programmingtour.blogspot.com/2012/12/roman-numerals-kata-with-commentary.html
by Andrea Francia
String Calculator in Java+LambdaJ on Netbeans performed by Andrea Francia
Write a program that prints the numbers from 1 to 100. But for multiples of three print "Fizz" instead of the number and for the multiples of five print "Buzz". For numbers which are multiples of both three and five print "FizzBuzz". http://www.codinghorror.com/blog/2007/02/why-cant-programmers-program.html
by Emily Bache
Emily Bache walks through a prepared code kata (Conway's Game of Life) in the Python programming language. I show how to get from one empty failing test to an interesting piece of code using Test Driven Development. See also the Game of Life kata description on katacatalog.com, and my comments about this screencast in my blog at emilybache.blogspot.com.
by Gabriele Lana
Execution of String Calculator code kata in Erlang by Gabriele Lana from Roy Osherove's TDD Challenge osherove.com/tdd-kata-1
by Thomas Nilsson
A simple minesweeper game implemented in under 14 minutes using Underscore.js, jQuery and Grid.js.
by Jon Jagger
CyberDojo, http://www.cyber-dojo.com is a free online coding gym where you write your code and tests totally inside a web-browser! It's a great environment for learning about coding, test driven development, team dynamics, and collaboration. Twitter: @JonJagger Blog: http://jonjagger.blogspot.com/ Kata description: http://codingdojo.org/cgi-bin/wiki.pl?KataRomanNumerals