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Silverlight Testing Extravaganza!

Speaker:

Justin Weinberg and Michael Perry

Abstract:

NT Silverlight’s very own Justin Weinberg and Michael Perry will be covering all aspects of Silverlight testing. First we’ll look at the developer side of testing. Do you want to get a test first workflow with Silverlight? Curious how to unit test Silverlight assemblies? What about continuous integration options?

After that we’ll be shifting focus to functional testing and testing automation. Can Silverlight tests be scripted? What tools and practices do you need and what level of experience? We’ll answer these questions and more.

Bio:

Justin is a principle consultant with Sogeti’s Microsoft practice in Dallas and brings over 10 years of software development experience to clients in the DFW area. In the past few years he has spoken at numerous events, user groups, and local colleges on .NET and consulting related topics. In 2010 he cofounded the North Texas Silverlight user group as a community driven organization. Justin attended Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, PA where he earned degrees in Information and Decision Systems and Computation Economics. When not waist deep in code or at a user group event, Justin spends time with his wonderful wife and three rambunctious boys. You can read his blog at Code Confessions and you can follow him on twitter at @codeconfessions.

Recorded On:

04/11/2011

Recorded At:

North Texas Silverlight UG http://www.ntsilverlight.com/

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