Driving development utilizing mocks, stubs, and approval tests

The San Francisco .NET User Group
Thu, 26 Apr 2012, 01:30 - 03:30 (Add to calendar) GMT
(Exact location not available) , San Francisco, US

Writing code that gets the results you want can be hard; mocks, stubs, and approval tests can make that easier. Dan will show how to use these tools and techniques to produce new code and gain understanding of legacy code.

Dan Gilkerson has been building software since he was 8. He started his career off in computer security and now is an agile developer at VersionOne. He has contributed to a variety of projects including Approval Tests, F#, and CodeRush. Dan enjoys discovering associations in the world that many overlook; when he’s not building software he spends time trying out new hobbies such as juggling, magic, DJing, paintballing, and go-karting.

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