About the Talk
March 8, 2012 12:30 PM
OmahaMTG User Group, Omaha, NEOmahaMTG User Group, Omaha, NE
rying to unit test your code but finding that you end up with brittle, hard-to-maintain unit tests that are taking more and more of your time to keep current as your production code evolves? Do you KNOW you should be writing tests, but just cannot find an efficient way to do so? Then this talk is for YOU!
Effective unit testing is more art than science -- in this talk we'll look at both Patterns and Anti-Patterns for writing, organizing, and designing efficient, effective unit tests that help to ensure your tests continue to add value to your project throughout its evolution rather than becoming an anchor that weighs down your progress and impedes your speed!
Learn both what to do and what NOT to do from someone who has been writing unit tests for over ten years! Attendees should have at least some familiarity with basic unit testing frameworks (using Asserts, etc.) and be comfortable with general C# language constructs.