This month, we will be working through Johnno Nolan’s Chessboard Kata. The kata is being used for Johnno’s MSc too, so your solutions will be contributing to academic research on BDD! You can talk to him on Twitter here.

There’s a Ruby version of the Chessboard Kata available to clone. It’s preconfigured to work easily in an RVM environment, and Cucumber and RSpec should work out of the box.

Someone will be around at the GIST Lab from no later than 6.30pm. The session will run 7pm-8.30pm, to give people time to turn up. The GIST Lab is on Grinder’s Hill, at one end of the Workstation.

If you’re going, please sign up for a ticket here: