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Ross Hunter and Jace Browning from the "New Best Practices" podcast will discuss the theory and practice of "end to end" testing. These tests can often be referred to as "acceptance", "feature", "system", "integration", "black box", and many more. Ross and Jace will dive into their own definitions and help us focus on writing tests that matter.
Ross Hunter is a Rubyist at heart and values his own happiness and productivity above being one of the cool kids. He actively works on not being an overly-cynical curmudgeon — happily, he does not do a good job.
Jace Browning builds, customizes, integrates, and teaches engineering software tools. He has worked on products in the embedded, mobile, and web space, but his expertise is systems programming, specifically in Python. Professionally, he focuses on quality assurance, automation, and process optimization. In his free time, he enjoys contributing to open source and volunteering at local technology events.
Check out their podcast here: https://thenewbestpractices.com/
6pm - 6:30pm ... Networking / Social
6:30pm - 6:45pm ... Introduction
6:45pm - 7:30pm ... Presentation
7:30pm - 7:45pm ... Q&A
7:45pm - 8pm ... Conclusion