Join xRM Virtual and Marc Schweigert for a discussion of Unit Testing of Plugins. This meeting will be recorded and posted for later viewing if you are unable to attend the live meeting.
As defined by Wikipedia:
“In computer programming, unit testing is a method by which individual units of source code, sets of one or more computer program modules together with associated control data, usage procedures, and operating procedures, are tested to determine if they are fit for use. Intuitively, one can view a unit as the smallest testable part of an application.”
In this session we will cover the following topics:
- Why unit test?
- Introduce fundamental unit testing concepts
- Discuss how unit testing and functional/integration testing are complementary disciplines
The target audience for this session is people who are familiar with writing code with Visual Studio. There will be a fair amount of code demonstration. However, Technical Decision Makers who are interested in the benefits of unit testing may find value in attending as well.
Marc Schweigert has spent nearly 20 years developing software solutions ranging from departmental applications, commercial products, large scale enterprise systems, and multi-million user internet facing sites for both commercial and government entities. He’s spent the last 9 years at Microsoft in various software development related roles covering the development side of technologies like SQL Server, BizTalk Server, SharePoint Server, Bing Maps, Windows Azure, and the core technologies you can use Visual Studio and the .NET Framework for to build solutions including ASP.NET, Windows Forms, WPF, WCF, WF, Silverlight, Windows Phone, and Windows 8. He is currently the Chief Architect of the US Public Sector Dynamics team at Microsoft where he has technical oversight of pre/post sales solutions Microsoft’s Federal, State and Local Government, Education, and Healthcare customers and partners are building using Dynamics CRM. In addition to his extensive industry experience, he holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science with a minor in Mathematics from the Virginia Military Institute.
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