Making Your Code Bullet Proof With Eric Notheisen

Join me and the Enterprise Developers Guild on Tuesday, July 28, at 6:00 PM in the Mt. Kilimanjaro Room at the Charlotte Microsoft Campus to learn how to make your code bullet proof by our very own Eric Notheisen.

Developing for Dollars, our year-long focus on providing you with the skills to create successful applications and connecting you with the right organizations to make money from your work, continues. Most developers want to see their code go through system testing without error. Having a logic error may be the result of poor requirements. Having a data error is a function of the data. But having your code blow up in the middle of testing is just an embarrassment. When you develop automated tests that are observable, measurable and repeatable you can be pretty sure your code will meet the needs of the application.

In this presentation you will learn the basics of using the nUnit testing application incorporated in Visual Studio. These basics include how to develop nUnit test and get the best results from your testing. It will also include the limitations of testing with nUnit and reporting the results.

Eric Notheisen is a Senior Consultant with CGI. He has been working in IT for most of his 42 year career. Prior to joining CGI he was an Applications Developer on contract to the Lash Group. As a software developer, Eric develops Windows and Web applications using a wide variety of programming languages. Eric also teaches Visual Basic and C# for Central Piedmont Community College Eric holds graduate and undergraduate degrees from the University of Northern Colorado and the Community College of the Air Force. Eric and his wife Diane live in Fort Mill.

The meeting is sponsored by TEKsystems.


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