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Ted Young

www.tedmyoung.com
Java Trainer and Coding Coach, specializing in Java, Spring, Object-Oriented Programming, and TDD. Create and deliver customized learning experiences for developers.

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Building Better Tests

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Improved from last year's very popular session! How the "builder" pattern and the use of chained method calls (fluent API) helped us vastly improve our Java unit tests by making them more reliable, easier to read, write, and easier to merge. Our test engineers now use the same infrastructure, allowing them to write functional UI tests even faster (and they run faster, as well). As a by-product, builders helped our sales and demo teams create complex sample data quickly and easily. This session assumes that you're already familiar with writing JUnit tests.

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Building Better Tests in Java

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How the builder/director patterns and the use of chained method calls helped us vastly improve our Java unit tests by making them more reliable, easier to write, and easier to merge. Our test engineers now use the same infrastructure, allowing them to write "smoke" tests even faster (and they run faster, as well). As a by-product, the infrastructure helped our sales and demo teams create complex sample data very easily. This session assumes that you're already familiar with writing JUnit tests.

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Easing Into Agile

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Beginner
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Hear the nitty-gritty day-to-day details about how one development group gradually (but not necessarily easily) became more Agile (which really meant being more disciplined) by incrementally adopting various Agile/XP/Scrum practices. Come hear the specifics about what worked, what didn't work, and what we'd change if we had to do it again. While not technically code, you'll see actual story cards, continuous integration results, and more.

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