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From "Dakota Jack" <dakota.j...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [ANNOUNCE] What to Do if Your Code Has Few, If Any Tests?
Date Sat, 22 Apr 2006 14:08:11 GMT
Seems as if more and more of these business posts keep getting added by
Ted.  Is Struts now going to become the place where Craig and Ted do
business?  I note that Ted has announced that this sort of mentoring on
Struts is going to be his source of income when his present day job ends.
Is this open source with committer ads (Ted) and special privileges
(Craig)?  I mention this only because Ted has been increasing the frequency
with which this drum is being beat.

On 4/21/06, Ted Husted <ted.husted@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> * 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 -
> http://www.elabs6.com/c.html?rtr=on&s=dk2,pok,38g,crv,huhw,fgpm,fzl8
>
> * 5p PST -
> http://www.elabs6.com/c.html?rtr=on&s=dk2,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 www.Agitar.comwebsite
>
> Agitar Software - http://www.agitar.com
> DevelopterTesting.com - http://www.developertesting.com
>
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"You can lead a horse to water but you cannot make it float on its back."
~Dakota Jack~

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