Test-Driven Development (TDD) for Eclipse RCP

Kevin Taylor

Frameworks - Test And Performance · Tutorial - 4 hours
Monday, 13:30, 4 hours | Room 211

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Leveraging good Test Driven Development (TDD) practices while writing rich client applications with Eclipse Rich Client Platform is not only possible, it’s practical.

In this interactive class, you’ll pair-program with the instructor to develop an Eclipse RCP application. Not only that, you’ll participate in writing great unit tests and then making them pass. This class is very hands-on, but will include enough lecture to explore the whys, not just the hows. Topics will include TDD, JUnit, PDEUnit, MVP vs. MVC and UI testing strategies.

Always remember: Red, Green, Refactor!

Attendees are advised to bring a laptop with Eclipse 3.4 installed. You’ll get the most from this session if you have some basic knowledge of Eclipse plugin development and JUnit.

***This presentation was given at EclipseCon 2008 and EclipseWorld 2008.***

Kevin founded Obtiva Corp. in 2005 to help teams transition to Agile practices. Using Agile practices itself, Obtiva delivers significant projects in Java, Eclipse RCP, Ruby on Rails, and other technologies. Kevin has authored and taught several courses for Obtiva, including Agile Project Management and Test-Driven Development in Java. He is a speaker at national conferences and local user groups around the U.S.

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