February 18-20, 2015
Montreal, Canada

Building unit tests correctly

Unit testing is now considered a mainstream practice, but that does not mean it is as common, pervasive or as well understood as it could or should be. Many programmers struggle with the quality of their tests and with the focus of their code. In this session we’ll learn how to write good unit testing code.

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Dror Helper


Dror is a senior consultant and software architect CodeValue.
He has been writing software professionally for more than a decade, during which he has worked for industry giants such as Intel and SAP as well as small start-up companies. When not writing code, Dror mentor developers and conduct courses about clean code, unit testing and TDD.
Dror speaks in local and international venues about software development practices, agile methodologies, unit testing and test-driven design.

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