Scott Stroz

Camp Counselor

If my tests passed, why did my code fail?

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AT THAT (In-Person Only) Regular, 60 minute presentation

Test Driven Development
Unit tests

For many projects, tests are essential for making sure your code is performing as expected. Writing those tests to be comprehensive enough to cover all possible situations can be difficult. In this session, we will discuss some best practices for writing tests and how to avoid the ambiguity that can lead to your tests passing, but your code not functioning as it should. We will also talk about how we can break out code into smaller chunks to make them more easily testable.

Take Aways

  • Have a better appreciation for tests
  • Discover some best practices to avoid ambiguity
  • Learn how to break down code into more easily testable chunks
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