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"The good, the bad and the ugly of mocking" with Ian Russell
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Posted by: host Monday, December 16, 2013 11:48 PM

When: Tuesday 28th January 2014, doors open 6:00pm, meeting starts 6:30pm

Where: UWE (University of the West of England), Frenchay, Bristol (see FAQ for directions and a map) - Room 2q49

What: The good, the bad and the ugly of mocking

Who: Ian Russell, co-founder of Crafty Coders, passionate community bod

Why: Because mocking is an essential ingredient of unit testing and TDD and mocking frameworks are a wealth of power and with great power comes great responsibility.

How do I sign up for this meeting: Log in to the site, go to the Meetings page and on the top right hand side you will see a box "Register For A Meeting". Select the month in the drop down and then click on the Register link.

Mocking is one of the least understood, most poorly executed and contentious activities that we can undertake in .Net. In this session, Ian Russell will help you to resolve any misunderstandings and help you to determine if mocking will help you to add value to your software projects by delving deeply into the practices and philosophy of mocking.

Experienced provider of simplicity, order and common-sense to complex OLTP solutions. Passionate about learning from others and giving back to the community. Paid to write C# and SQL, lover of F#, node.js and NoSql.

Co-founder of CraftyCoders (http://www.craftycoders.net), a principles-focused user group for the West Midlands .Net community.

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