When: Thursday, Mar 6, 12:00pm EST (GMT-5) (What time is that for you? See
this link which shows the time as EST and you can choose your city from the list offered to see it in your own time.)
http://experts.acrobat.com/cfmeetup/ Duration: Approx. 1 hour
Meeting will be recorded. URL will be posted after meeting at
http://recordings.coldfusionmeetup.com We'll have two speakers on Thursday, Mar 6. First up will be Bill Shelton on "
Unit Testing w/MXUnit - Jump Start". I'll have more on the 6pm speaker later in a separate entry.
Description: (provided by the speaker) Audience: Beginner/Intermediate In the first part of this two-part series, you will learn the fundamentals of unit testing ColdFusion components. We'll present an overview of this series and why we are going through all this, unit testing terminology, what unit testing is and what it is not, what is appropriate to unit test and what is not (testing CFCs vs CFMs), test driven development and testing myths, the value proposition of unit testing, and how to install the MXUnit tools. We'll finish off with some examples of writing unit tests and test suites. After this presentation, you will be able to install the MXUnit toolset and start writing tests for your code.
Speaker: Bill has been programming web applications since the time CGI was considered really cool and Perl was the new language for the web. He currently holds an MS in Software Engineering from George Mason University and spends the better part of his professional time, solving real-world problems for the Federal Government - using, exploring, and integrating software engineering methods and tools, including, ColdFusion, Java, XML, UML/MDA, CM, Agile and Test Driven Development processes. He is dang lucky to have tolerant and loving wife and kids.
RECORDING: Again, the meeting will be recorded, and the recording URL will be posted after the meeting at
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