Advanced TDD - An Introduction to Testing Patterns and Behaviour Driven Development

Organiser
Scottish Developers
Date
Tue, 13 Oct 2009, 18:30 - 20:30 (Add to calendar) GMT
Venue
Glasgow Caledonian University , Glasgow, GB
Cost
Free

The Talk

There is more to doing TDD well than just Red-Green-Refactor, and creating a maintainable test suite as well as maintainable production software is vital. In this presentation we will look at common testing patterns, techniques and tools that can help make maintaining the test suite easier. From Shared Fixtures to Stubs and Mocks, we will take a look at common patterns that have been proven to work and the tools that help you take advantage of them. We will also take brief look at what Behaviour Driven Development is and the problem it tries to solve.

The Speaker

Chris Canal has worked at a Web Developer for the past 7 years. Starting with procedural languages like ASP and PHP, he quickly moved onto the .NET Platform when first released. A great believer is continual–improvement, Chris is constantly looking for new technologies, tools and methodologies that will help in creating robust and maintainable software applications and has become an active member of the Scottish Alt.Net Community to share his findings and ideas with like-minded developers.

The Venue

We are meeting in Room M402 on the 4th Floor of the George Moore Building at Glasgow Caledonian University, Cowcaddens Road, Glasgow, G4 0BA

After the meeting we normally retire to the back bar at Waxy O'Connor's

The Agenda

18:00 Doors Open
18:30 Welcome
18:40 The Talk (Part 1)
19:25 Break
19:35 The Talk (Part 2)
20:20 Feedback & Prizes
20:30 Repair to the Pub

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