by Jeff Casimir
The Ruby community is obsessed with testing, supposedly. In my experience about four out of five applications have either zero or completely ineffective test coverage.
Have the courage to change it. Whether your own projects or recovering someone else's mess, let's talk strategy:
Rescue projects are popping up everywhere, and a strategic testing approach can save the day.
As practitioners who comprise the Ruby software community, we have made great strides to establish testing as a best practice. We have done so in order to build quality into our processes and systems.
Now more than ever before, rich user interfaces are prevalent, and testing tools have made great strides; specifically with regard to Jasmine.
The purpose of our presentation is to provide fellow software developers with actionable knowledge of how to:
Jeff Casimir will lead a follow-up panel focusing on testing topics with Justin Searls, Cory Flanigan and Jim Holmes.
31st August to 2nd September 2011