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Functional Testing with Cucumber

Cucumber is a tool that should be in every developer's toolbox and lunchbox. Not only is it healthy, but it will help you to improve the health of your applications. Surely you are writing unit tests against your code, but are you writing functional tests? Come see how easy it is to begin automating the testing of your applications and while you're at it, maybe learn a whole new approach to development. Cucumber, it's what's for dinner.


Jeff Roberts is a local front end developer. He's been writing code in each of the last four decades. He's been both a front-end and a server developer. He's currently working with Riot Games on the League of Legends platform and is spending his days improving developer productivity and is focusing on improving the quality of the League of Legends software stack through the use of unit and functional tests.

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