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Fortunately, tests can be kept clear and easy to maintain through the use of a declarative message representation. A declarative representation describes message structure and content (the "what"), while hiding the actual message construction (the "how").
In this talk, I will demonstrate one approach to defining a declarative representation of FIX messages for testing a trading application.
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Declarative protocol messages in Scala for testing distributed systems
Patrick Tschorn has worked in two startups and a research lab, and is currently a Developer in Test at Sucden Financial.