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Testing for developers. Let’s create better code!
Writing code and developing software is fun, but how do we know that our software is actually good - that it behaves as expected? We test it! In this talk, we'll go over how to get the most out of the code that we write by testing it. We'll cover different types of testing, such as unit testing, integration testing, stress testing, and fuzz testing, as well as provide some demonstrations.
6:00 PM - 6:25 PM - Pizza and Networking
6:25 PM - 6:40 PM - Opening Remarks
6:45 PM - 8:55 PM - Presentation & QA
8:55 PM - 9:00 PM - Raffles
Part of the goal of the User Group is to promote networking among the members. So I am challenging everyone to meet new people. When you get your pizza, I encourage you to stay in the building lobby and talk to at least two people you have never met before instead of going to sit down in the auditorium
About the Speakers
David Kennedy is a nerd who lives, works, and plays mostly in Southern California. A professional software engineer by day, David has over a decade of experience working at companies of all sizes, from 5-person startups to 50,000-person corporations. His current title is Principal Software Engineer at Becton, Dickenson, & Company where he works on medical-device connectivity solutions using C#, .NET, and SQL Server, among other technologies. When he’s AFK, he can can’t be found backpacking on some remote mountain.