Computers are used occasionally throughout the course.
However, we only need (and want) 1 computer for each 2 students; e.g., if 16 students, then 8 computers. Often, it is possible for students to bring their own laptop.
Internet access and network access are required, since the students are working in teams of 4 or more, and doing continuous integration with a shared version control tool (e.g., subversion)
Power strips and extension cords are generally needed in order to supply power to the computers safely.
If we are doing team-based development, then for the team-based continuous integration work during TDD, each team people need shared access to a version control tool and shared repository, such as Subversion. the team-based course version is most common for longer courses such as Agile Software Development, or for internal 1-company courses.
On the other hand, if only working in pairs (and not larger teams), then no version control tool or repository is needed. the non-team-based course version is most common for short courses (such as the TDD course).
For Acceptance TDD, an ATDD tool, such as
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