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Building a Testable Data Access Layer

Speaker:

Todd Anglin

Abstract:

All developers understand the theoretical value of unit testing, but with data driven applications, figuring out how to create tests can be hard. In this session, you will learn how to design and build a data layer that can be tested. We will introduce data layer architecture practices and methodologies that make testing possible, and cover the basics of unit test mocking. You will also be guided through various types of testing, including unit, integration, and functional testing. Leave this session with the basics needed to start creating tests for application data layers, including those powered by LinqToSQL and Entity Framework.

Bio:

Todd Anglin is Chief Evangelist for Telerik, a leading vendor of development, team productivity, and automated testing tools, as well as UI components and content management solutions for Microsoft .NET. Before joining Telerik, he worked for a large Fortune 200 financial services company IT shop where he learned the way of the “Enterprise” – big budgets, big projects, legacy systems, and incessant measurement. He now leverages this Enterprise experience at Telerik to create tools that help software development teams every day to be more productive and to deliver reliable applications on time and under budget. Todd is an active author and speaker in the .NET community, focusing on web development technologies, a Microsoft MVP, ASP Insider, founder and President of the North Houston .NET Users Group, and an O’Reilly author.

Recorded At:

Dallas C# SIG (http://dallas-csharp-sig.com)

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