Software development cycles are getting shorter while features and functionally continue to grow. How do you ensure the new code works and hasn’t impacted existing code? Greg Paskal presents the Whys, Whats & Hows of Unit Testing. Learn the roots of this testing approach and some fundamentals to help you effectively implement it into your development efforts. Greg shares his Unit Test Maturity Model, which assists you in identifying your current position and potential trajectory towards better unit testing.
Greg Paskal is a natural innovator, pioneering new approaches across the technology landscape. Greg enjoys mentoring others in highly sustainable, maintainable approaches to manual and automated testing. Author of Test Automation in the Real World and StickyMinds.com publications, Greg can also be heard on the TestTalks podcast with Joe Colantonio. Greg has spoken numerous conferences including StarEast, StarWest, and QA Trailblazers. Greg founded the Open Test Technology Forum, encouraging collaboration and focusing on greater quality across the SDLC. Learn more about Greg at MissionWares.com, GregPaskal.com, METSTesting.com and RealWorldTestAutomation.com.
Plan to stay around after the Lunch and Learn for a tour of the Public Safety Center featuring their impressive, high tech conference room.
The location is a little off the beaten path but easy to access. The easiest way to find it might be to put the intersection of Columbia Ave. and Beasley Dr. into your GPS and then follow these steps:
• From Columbia Ave., head West on Beasley Drive.
• Turn right on Charles R. Meek Drive, toward the end of Beasley. This is a private road and the name may not show up on your GPS. It is just before a single story brick building that has a large blue building behind it.
• On your left past the blue building you will see a large building surrounded by a black fence, this is the Public Safety Center.
• Continue around the building and you will come to the entrance to guest parking.
• As you walk toward the building, use the far left entrance next to the flagpoles.
The location is easy to access, but isn't marked as clearly as it could be. We plan to have signs and/or people out to help point in the right direction.