Topic: An Intro to Cucumber
The format is simple: bring your laptops. We will build a cucumber framework from scratch. Here we will walk folks through the process from the ground up; creating a project, directories, gherkin scripts, and create some step definitions. Time permitting maybe even launch a browser and hit a web page.
Don't forget to bring your laptop as this is meant to be an interactive and hands on experience for the evening where YOU build the framework.
Matthew Eakin will be leading us through the evening. With over 20 years of technical, leadership and planning experience, Mr. Eakin brings a unique, thorough and comprehensive perspective to every project. His extensive expertise around all aspects of the SDLC combined with development skills has helped him to be an effective Agile practitioner and coach. Mr. Eakin talks extensively on Gherkin Scripting and is in high-demand as a BDD (Behavior-Driven Development)/ATDD (Acceptance Test Driven Development) coach. The two workshops he has created for Sogeti (Agile Testing and A Manual Testers Guide to the Ruby/Cucumber Framework) have been so successful that Mr. Eakin now leads the series nationally and teaches customized variations of the program at client sites.
This meeting is for:
- Seasoned QA & Testing Professionals
- New testers starting out
- Those interested in starting a career in testing
- Anyone interested in learning more about Testing
Time & Location:
6565 Kilgour Place, Dublin OH 43017
6:00-8:00 p.m. - March 31, 2015
- Take I-270 to Exit 17A (US 33 East/161 East)
- Exit 17A will turn into Dublin Granville Rd.
- Turn left on to Post Road (1st intersection you come to)
- Veer immediately right onto Frantz Rd./Kilgour Place. You will see a sign for OCLC
- Drive into the campus. You will see three buildings. At the stop sign, turn left and follow signs for the Kilgour building. Visitor parking is out front.
- Please come into the visitor entrance of the Kilgour building (by the lake) and let the receptionist know you are here for the meetup.
Be sure to tell your friends and co-workers about this meeting.
Don't forget to RSVP!
We look forward to seeing you there.