As .NET developers, we often work with code that was not written with testability in mind. There are some mocking tools available to deal with such code. But these tools are typically not free, so they may not be available to us. This presentation will show how reflection, combined with intimate knowledge of the dependencies code, may allow us to work around this problem and let us refactor with confidence.
Familiarity with .NET reflection is recommended. For those who have not used reflection, this video provides an introduction to most of the techniques that will be used in this presentation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y8-uq6Ur7Dc
Our speaker will be TRINUG member Jack Alvrus, and our host and sponsor, as always, will be Vaco.
If you are considering a .NET position in the Raleigh area, please take a moment to check out Vaco's recent .NET postings: https://jobs.vaco.com/en-US/search?keywords=.net&location=Raleigh,NC