I ran a virtual JMS 2 hands-on-lab on August 14th. Stephen Chin graciously hosted the lab through his excellent NightHacking virtual worldwide meetups. The goal of the lab was to give attendees some first-hand experience with the primary changes in JMS 2. In the first hour or so I did a brief presentation overviewing JMS 2 and went over the JMS 2 Javadocs. The rest of the time attendees actually wrote JMS 2 code mostly by themselves. There was also some pretty good interaction and Q&A throughout the lab. The entire lab was video recorded and is available below. The slides I used are available on SlideShare.
The lab materials are hosted on GitHub for anyone to use. The lab uses NetBeans 8, GlassFish 4 and Arquillian. I've deliberately designed the lab materials to be fairly self-guided so you can definitely use the lab materials on your own (or perhaps even run the lab in your own company/JUG?) . You are always welcome to reach out to me when needed.
Whether it can be called TDD (Test-Driven Development) is debatable but in the lab you'll basically be putting in code to finish a set of JUnit tests using JMS 2, starting from incomplete code with comments on what to do (don't worry, a completed solution is also posted :-)).