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XA Workshop: Modern Testing Engineering Practices - Jeff "Cheezy" Morgan

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Avenida 24 de Julho, 12

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Agile specifies that we should deliver working, tested software every iteration. This means it is no longer acceptable for a developer to write code and then have somebody else ensure it actually works. Developers are responsible for ensure the quality and accuracy of everything they do. As we move toward even more frequent deliveries where software is often delivered to users each day this becomes even more important.

In this workshop I hope to give you a hands-on introduction to the practices and techniques required to continuously deliver quality software. You will hunt for smells in legacy code, refactor a design using automated tools, remove duplication across subclasses, write microtests against legacy code, perform test-driven development on two problems, change a design to use a listening fake, refactor a design to fake a singleton, and perform a mock object exercise.

If you want to learn what it takes to be a modern Agile engineer then this workshop is for you.

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Jeff "Cheezy" Morgan

Chief technology officer and a cofounder of LeanDog, Jeff “Cheezy” Morgan has been teaching classes and coaching teams on agile and lean techniques since early 2004. Most of his work has focused on the engineering practices used by developers and testers.

For the past few years he has experienced great success and recognition for his work focused on helping teams adopt Acceptance Test Driven Development using Cucumber.

He has authored several popular Ruby gems used by software testers and is the author of the book, Cucumber & Cheese – A Testers Workshop.

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