Developer Testing for SharePoint

Scottish Developers
Wed, 15 Jul 2009, 19:00 - 21:00 (Add to calendar) GMT
Ramada Jarvis Glasgow City Hotel , Glasgow, GB

The Talk

The development of components for use in SharePoint is a complex process, and often seems to fly in the face of what is considered good development practice in a Test Driven Development world.

In this session Richard will show how using some good design practices and tools such as Typemock Isolator you can develop testable components for Sharepoint without even having to have Sharepoint on your development PC.

Speaker Biography

Richard is the Engineering Director of Black Marble Ltd a Microsoft Gold Partner based in the North of England. Black Marble specialises in BizTalk & SharePoint based business automation. As Engineering Director Richard is responsible for the delivery of systems and tools to allow the company, and their clients, to deliver solutions efficiently. All Black Mable's development activity is underpinned by Team System using Scrum as a process model. Richard is a Certified Scrum Master. Richard is a regular presenter at community events in the UK and Ireland (and the rest of the world given a chance) where his most common subject is software testing and development process.


  • 18:30 Refreshments
  • 19:00 Welcome
  • 19:10 Developer Testing for Sharepoint (Part 1)
  • 20:10 Break
  • 20:20 Developer Testing for Sharepoint (Part 2)
  • 20:50 Feedback and Prizes
  • 21:00 Close and Repair to the Bar


We are meeting the the Broker Suite at the Ramada Jarvis Glasgow City Hotel at 201 Ingram Street, Glasgow, G1 1DQ.


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