Sessions at GOTO Copenhagen 2012 about Test Driven Development

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Monday 21st May 2012

  • Bending AutoFixture to your will

    by Mark Seemann

    AutoFixture is an opinionated open-source library that takes care of all the tedious work involved with setting up unit tests. By default AutoFixture assumes that your target code follows a certain philosophy of API design, but you may follow a different philosophy or perhaps want to test a code base where the API design is partially beyond your control. In such cases, you can change AutoFixture’s behavior to fit your custom needs.

    Through code examples, this session demonstrates how to change AutoFixture’s default behavior to fit specialized scenarios.

    At 10:35am to 11:30am, Monday 21st May

    Coverage slide deck

Tuesday 22nd May 2012

  • GOTO User Group: CNUG

    by Mark Seemann, Steve Freeman, Nat Pryce and Glenn Block

    First, Microsoft’s very own Glenn Block will give us a presentation (content TBA, but don’t be surprised if it has to do with Azure and Node.js) and after that we will have a panel debate on Test Driven Development and unit tests featuring Steve Freeman & Nat Pryce (authors of Growing Object-Oriented Software, Guided by Tests) and Mark Seemann (author of Dependency Injection in .Net and the open source framework AutoFixture).

    At 6:05pm to 8:00pm, Tuesday 22nd May

Wednesday 23rd May 2012