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Re: [Grails-Boston] Proposed Meetup: Groovy Testing

From: Dan D.
Sent on: Monday, March 12, 2012 11:32 PM
Steve,

I'd be up for talking about Spock or Grails 2.0 testing features.

Also, if the group is open to the idea, we can host it in Kendall square at the Broad.

Dan

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On Mar 12, 2012, at 10:00 PM, Steve Pember <[address removed]> wrote:

Hi All,

 There's an excellent proposed meetup on the site for testing using Spock. There's been some discussion around expanding this into a night of presentations on different Grails testing frameworks.  I'm thinking 20-30 minutes per talk with 2 or 3 talks.

So far, we have a volunteer for Geb. Does anyone have experience with any of the alternatives/compliments to JUnit and be willing to present to the group? Spock / The Spock plugin? The new testing features in Grails 2.0? Let me know!

-Steve

 

 





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