Last week I had the pleasure of being invited to talk at the Canberra Java Users Group about BDD using Easyb and JDave, using the talk that Lasse Koskela and I gave at Agile2009:
Java Power Tools Bootcamp sessions are coming up fast in Sy
A new Java Power Tools Newsletter is out!
I am absolutely thrilled to anounce that I will be talking at the Canberra JUG meeting next week (on Wednesday, September 9, to be exact), about BDD in general, and Easyb and JDave in particular:
Last week I gave a talk at the Agile 2009 conference about automating the deployment process with tools such as Maven, Nexus Cargo, Liquibase and Hudson. Here is a brief description of the talk:
Upcoming Java Power Tools Bootcamps in Canberra and Sydney, Wellington, London and Paris - Don't miss out!
There are still a few places available on the Canberra,
Behaviour-driven development is a great way to design and build the web layers of your application. In this article, I look at how to use JWebUnit, a fast and light-weight web testing framework, with Easyb, a powerful Groovy-based BDD framework.
The second Java Power Tools Newsletter is out!
If you have ever used Maven to any extent, you will probably know about the settings.xml file. The
settings.xml file contains environment-specific details such as proxy configurations, repositories, server usernames and passwords, and so on.