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Meet up

Scalable Management of Test Data, Making Tests Readable

Thursday, 22nd October at CodeNode, London

This meetup is run by LJC: London Java Community. Starts at 6:30 PM.

Scalable Management of Test Data, Making Tests Readable

In this talk you'll learn techniques for building maintainable, readable, fast test suites utilising service mocks that cover a broad range of problem types. You'll also learn how to avoid common pitfalls that can turn your test suite into a maintenance nightmare.

I’ll live code a concrete use case for WireMock - deploying it to a PAAS (Heroku) in order to write some integration tests proving the properties of a CDN (Fastly) in the wild. Who should attend: Developers, SETs and testers who automate who'd like to increase the effectiveness of their tests while avoiding common pitfalls. Proficiency in Java and JUnit, and a working knowledge of HTTP will be needed to get the most out of this talk.

Rob Elliot

I’m a web developer, primarily server side and JVM focussed, with 15 years experience and with a strong bias to XP & TDD techniques. Currently a consultant with Energized Work.

Tom Akehurst

I'm a JVM developer/DevOpper of over 10 years and currently a consultant with Energized Work. I created WireMock and Saboteur, like functional programming, and probably ought to know better than to put pre-release frameworks into production!

Thanks to our sponsors

Attending Members

Overview

Scalable Management of Test Data, Making Tests Readable

In this talk you'll learn techniques for building maintainable, readable, fast test suites utilising service mocks that cover a broad range of problem types. You'll also learn how to avoid common pitfalls that can turn your test suite into a maintenance nightmare.

I’ll live code a concrete use case for WireMock - deploying it to a PAAS (Heroku) in order to write some integration tests proving the properties of a CDN (Fastly) in the wild. Who should attend: Developers, SETs and testers who automate who'd like to increase the effectiveness of their tests while avoiding common pitfalls. Proficiency in Java and JUnit, and a working knowledge of HTTP will be needed to get the most out of this talk.

Rob Elliot

I’m a web developer, primarily server side and JVM focussed, with 15 years experience and with a strong bias to XP & TDD techniques. Currently a consultant with Energized Work.

Tom Akehurst

I'm a JVM developer/DevOpper of over 10 years and currently a consultant with Energized Work. I created WireMock and Saboteur, like functional programming, and probably ought to know better than to put pre-release frameworks into production!

Thanks to our sponsors

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Attending Members