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Blog Archive for johnsmart during October 2010

Few would argue that code quality is not important. High code quality and good coding practices makes code more reliable and easier to maintain. Agreed coding standards can make code more readable and easier to understand. And measuring code coverage is a great way to identify untested code. In this edition of the Java Power Tools Newsletter, we will take a look at different sorts of tools...
In November 2010, Wakaleo Consulting is launching two new and innovative online courses: Fundamentals of Test-Driven Development in Java: This course covers both fundamental TDD/BDD practices, tips and tricks, and also how to apply them effectively with the latest Java tools, including JUnit 4.8, Hamcrest, Infinitest and Mockito. Automated web testing with Selenium 2/Web Driver: Automated web...
Come get up to speed on the latest techniques in Test-Driven Development, Behaviour-Driven Development and Automated Acceptance Testing! The Wakaleo TDD/BDD workshop schedule for the next six months is out! In response to popular demand, the TDD/BDD workshops have been extended to a 3-day format, and include more time for numerous labs, group programming exercises, and live coding...
Here are the slides and audio for the JUnit Kung Fu talk I gave at JavaOne. Some of my other talks can be found here. Hudson is an excellent open source, continuous integration server with a rich and rapidly evolving feature set. Targeted to developers, lead developers, and architects interested in implementing CI with Hudson or enhancing their existing CI setup, this session will focus on using...