Test Driven Development in Visual Studio

Thursday 22 May 2014

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Test Driven Development in Visual Studio

Introduction to Test Driven Development in Visual Studio including a demonstration of the automated concurrent testing tool – NCrunch!

No matter what people have been saying recently, TDD is not dead. We will introduce TDD and demonstrate the benefits of practising it, while attempting to refute some of the arguments against it.

The three laws of Test Driven Development will be discussed, along with the famous Red-Green-Refactor cycle. Finally, we will detail some best practises of applying TDD within Visual Studio, including a demonstration of TDD with NCrunch - an automated concurrent testing tool.


Thursday 22 May 2014

Gather for food and drinks at 5:45 PM
Presentation starting at 6:10 PM

Staff Study Centre Lounge
Study Centre Building
Massey University Albany Campus

  • Catch up with North Shore .NET User Group members.
  • Have a bit of Pizza and a refreshment.
  • There is a O'Reilly Book Voucher to be won.
  • Learn about Test Driven Development in Visual Studio.
  • Find out about NCrunch?


Our speakers include:

Marcus Bristol

Marcus Bristol

Marcus Bristol has been developing professionally for 15 years in a wide variety of languages and am currently working for Air New Zealand on their reservations system, primarily using assembler and C++ on their mainframe and C# for internal administrative applications. He has a strong interest in writing and maintaining clean code, including practices such as Agile, TDD, and Continuous Delivery.

Remco Mulder

Remco Mulder

Remco is a blood and bone .NET developer with a passion for quality software and agile development. He has over a decade of experience as a consultant dealing with small business and enterprise systems, and currently spends his time developing and supporting NCrunch, a continuous testing tool (http://www.ncrunch.net ).








Our Sponsors

The North Shore .NET User Group would like to thank our sponsors, for making this event happen.