If you've written Ruby there's a good chance that at some point you've used RSpec to write automated tests for your code. When RSpec 3.0 was released in 2014 it gained a lot of really powerful features that often go overlooked. I'm going to share with you a bag of tricks that will take you from writing "basically adequate" tests to using the full power of RSpec to write magnificent specs. These features will help you to write clearer and more expressive tests. This month Bradley Schaefer (aka @soulcutter) will give us some tips on how to improve our specs with some new and often overlooked features available in RSpec 3.x
Schedule 6:00-7pm - Kata / Pairing / Networking
7:00-? - Bradley's presentation
Parking is always free at the LeanDog Boat - turn left into the drive just past the USS Cod, go to the left of the booth (there is no gate and you don't have to pay) and grab a parking spot. Walk to the boat. We'll be in the downstairs LeanDog space (door to the left) at the front of the boat.