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New Meetup: BDD with Cucumber and RSpec for Newbies

From: Bala P.
Sent on: Monday, August 2, 2010 10:39 AM
Announcing a new Meetup for Silicon Valley Ruby Meetup!

What: BDD with Cucumber and RSpec for Newbies

When: Saturday, August 14,[masked]:00 PM

Price: $50.00 per person

Where: Red Rock
201 Castro St
Mountain View, CA 94041
(650)[masked]

A step-by-step introduction to BDD using Cucumber and RSpec for newbies. Personal attention given to each student. The structure can be customized according to the students background.

Duration

4 hours

Agenda

* Code with confidence in the Red/Green/Refactor cycle
* Reduce the cost (and fear) of change
* Create high-value and more maintainable tests that concentrate on behavior rather than state
* Understand the differences between state and behavior-based testing
* Isolate tests through mocking and stubbing for faster test cycles and improved application designs
* Refactor tests to remove dependencies that slow down the testing cycle
* BDD in Rails
* Cucumber with Rails
* Writing Rails View Specs
* Writing Rails Controller Specs
* Writing Rails Model Specs


Who's It For?

This is an intermediate course designed for Rails developers who are ready to begin doing more testing or take their current testing practices to the next level. It's not an introduction to Rails or Ruby. This course is a good fit for you if...

* You have experience working on at least one Rails application
* You are comfortable in Ruby
* You've struggled with testing in Rails including when to start, how to do it "the right way", and how to continue writing tests when the real world interferes

Installation
Ruby 1.8.7 or higher, rspec (1.3.0) and rspec-rails-1.3.2, Rails 2.x or 3.0

Refund Policy

If you are not able to attend for any reason notify me 24 hours before the class to get a full refund.

RSVP to this Meetup:
http://www.meetup.com/silicon-valley-ruby/calendar/14292657/

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