This session was not filmed.
The London Java Community series of events for junior (and mid-level) developers continues with a workshop on Testing in Java.
This event is led by a senior member of the London Java Community. It’s designed to enable both beginners and those with some Java coding experience to learn more, so by the end of the evening you will have moved your coding ability on and have a better understanding of testing and its importance, plus practical experience with popular Java tools and techniques. Please bring your own laptop to the workshop with JDK8, Git and Eclipse (or other IDE if you prefer) with JUnit, Hamcrest and Mockito libraries installed.
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Testing in Java
Mike Burton has 25 years of IT experience providing training, software development and consultancy. He has spent the last six years developing bespoke applications in Java and prior to that C++ and Delphi.