Feb 9, 2023 6:30 PMEnd Time:
Feb 9, 2023 8:30 PM
Speaker: Sualeh Fatehi
Most developers are familiar with the concept of unit testing, and how this is useful to ensure validity of your code. Java developers will typically use JUnit to write their unit tests. Many projects use test coverage tools such as Jacoco to ensure that the code as written has tests to validate it. But how strong are the tests? Will they stand up against bugs introduced by future code changes? This talk will cover using PIT to walk through a Java code example to illustrate mutation testing.
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Sualeh is an experienced software engineer and development manager. He is an open source enthusiast, and runs his own project, SchemaCrawler, which is a Java library to work with database metadata. He also contributes enhancements to other open source projects. He has presented at the Great International Developer Summit (GIDS), New England Software Symposium, and the New England Java Users' Group. Sualeh teaches computer science at the University of New Hampshire.
Sualeh has a degree in Software Technology (which he likes to say has the same relationship to computer science as pure science has to engineering), and a degree in civil engineering.