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From "Ted Husted" <>
Subject [ANNOUNCE] What to Do if Your Code Has Few, If Any Tests?
Date Fri, 21 Apr 2006 11:47:12 GMT
* What to Do if Your Code Has Few, If Any Tests?
* Agitar Webinar with Ted Husted
* 7 a.m. and 5 p.m. PST on Wednesday 26 April

Everyone has worked on a code base that seems to work, but has almost
no test assets. Maybe you've had some system-level tests or functional
demos that provide a quick "health check." But you have nothing to
validate functionality or test the corner cases. As a developer in
this situation, you're flying blind. That goes double if your code is
a framework or application componentry.

Ted Husted, member of the Apache Struts development team, had exactly
this problem with the open source Struts framework. He'll be
presenting a webinar on his experiences with using Agitar to
investigate the Struts 1.2 code base and automatically create a series
of unit tests. The presentation will provide an overview of what a
typical developer would experience, how they need to think about
exploratory unit testing, and how to make the most quality progress
with a body of code that has few if any tests.

Registration for the 7 a.m. PST webinar, or the 5 p.m. PST one, is required.

* 7a PST -,pok,38g,crv,huhw,fgpm,fzl8

* 5p PST -,pok,38g,lv0i,2on0,fgpm,fzl8

NOTE: Unlike Struts, the Agitator is *not* a free open source tool.
The Agitator is intended for large-scale Java projects who would like
to implement an automated developer testing program.

For more information about Agitar Software, visit the website

Agitar Software - -


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