power hour

Power Hour: TDD & Unit Testing Demo

Last week, Keisha presented on testing in general at Teleios. We wanted to continue what she started by using a Teleios Power Hour episode to focus on test driven development and achieving that with unit testing.


Anand Singh

is a Principal Software Architect & Platform Evangelist at Teleios. He explores the patterns and practices we use at Teleios and makes them efficient and beautiful. A fan of Kaizen (the philosophy and the restaurant), he is often heard espousing the virtues of focus and attaining flow, especially when engaged in one of his hobbies, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.

Power Hour: Stay SASSy with Peter


Peter Teelucksingh, one of our Senior Software Developers at Teleios Systems shared with us on the beauty & the power of SASS

In this Power Hour, we started with defining what SASS is, what it can do and some ideas for how to use that at Teleios.

We recorded the session and it's available here:


Peter Teelucksingh

Senior Software Developer at Teleios Systems.

Works in Azure, ASP .Net, SharePoint and other web technologies.

Sometimes he wins at Halo (other times, he's defeated by Seenath and Aaron).

Peter helps coordinate Team Unbeatable at Teleios Code Jam and is a member of the Teleios Power Hour Committee

The Power This Week: DSL with Anand Singh

Hey there,

Every week we run these sessions where members of our team share something they've learnt or that they think useful with the balance of the Teleios community. We call this PowerHour.

Sometimes, we'll share them with the rest of the world. It may be live - we did a few of those last year and will come back with that format. The session may be pre-recorded.  

Today, we're sharing a session where our presenter was Anand Singh. Anand is a Developer Lead, Architect and general cool guy (he knows Jiu JIt Su, so his coolness is like legit). Anyway, in this session, he shares with us about Domain Specific Languages.

This session is a Skype For Business call that we recorded, so you might see some chats, you'd hear interjection and people will just ask random questions. We hope inside of that flow, you get some value from it, just like we certainly do.

A few technologies to look out for:

  • JavaScript
  • JSON
  • Teleios' QuikWorx
  • Microsoft's Language Understanding Intelligence Service