I'm planning to apply at two or three conferences this year. While thinking about possible topics, I thought about one of my favorite topics: Test-Driven Development. I like to read and talk about TDD. It sparks interesting discussions, like the "Is TDD dead" discussion, and forces developers to think about their processes and workflows.
While I'm familiar with the "classic" schools of TDD, the "Detroit School" and the "London School", I recently learned, that there is more. David Völkel invented the "Munich School of TDD". And, staying in Germany for that matter, there is also a "St. Pauli School of TDD". These instantly sparked my interest. So at the moment, I'm trying to play with these new concepts.
Do you think a talk about the different schools of TDD would be worth preparing? Or would it be "just another TDD talk, nobody wants to hear"? I would love to hear your opinion about that.