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NUnitASP Architecture walkthrough video from Jim Shore

Jim Shore, one of the Agile folks out there, has created a nice animated video using Camtasia that talks about how the NUnitASP Architecture works. It's not really for those without any NUnitASP experience but it's definitely interesting and I hope there will be more of this to come.
Here's the full excerpt from his email to the Test-First user interfaces mailing list at Yahoo:
At the Agile 2005 conference, Joshua Kerievsky talked about using alternatives to hands-on coaching to "commoditize" training in XP.  I found it to be a thought-provoking talk.  Well, tI've tried out one of Joshua's ideas and I'm very pleased with the result.
NUnitAsp is a tool for test-driven development of ASP.NET.  I've produced a video that talks about NUnitAsp's architecture, the challenges that you face in NUnitAsp, and ways to overcome them.  It's a neat presentation, very compact at eight minutes, and well illustrated with animation and figures, if I do say so myself.  Although it's intended for advanced users, I think anybody interested in NUnitAsp or TDD in general will learn something from watching it.
I'm very happy with the way this turned out and I hope you'll take a look.  Please let me know what you think.  You can find the video on the NUnitAsp web site:
This is the first time I've produced a video like this and I've blogged about the experience here:
James Shore - Titanium IT - Recipient of 2005 Gordon Pask award New Course! "Test-Driven ASP.NET" Sept 13-15 in Bellevue, WA.
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