Fellow .NET Users,
Thanks to everyone who was able to join us for our January meeting. We started strong and I would encourage you to help us keep the momentum growing in February. This month we'll learn from one of our communities most talented Software Architects. I'm looking forward to this meeting! Our sponsor, The Reserves Network (TRN), will be providing food and giveaways.
The next .NET UG meeting will take place on Thursday, February 23rd, starting at 6:00 PM. Food and drinks will be provided by our sponsor 15-20 minute before the meeting begins. After that Jim will be giving a 60-90 min presentation (see below). We'll do the prize giveaways at the end of the meeting.Host:
The Reserves Network (TRN)
15858 W Dodge Rd, Omaha, NE 68118
Located on the north side of Dodge just west of 156th and Dodge.
A Zero Tolerance for Defects Mindset by Jim Kudirka
As software developers we must hold ourselves accountable for producing bug-free software. Our development process should yield the attitude "we dare QA to find a bug in our code."
This session will cover strategies and techniques for how quality is earned during development. We will cover Unit and Integration tests, what they are, when to write them, and a decades old approach for determining how many tests to write.
Finally, we will discuss some best practice techniques and conventions for organizing your tests that will set you up for success.Speakers:
Jim is the Founder and Principal Architect of Premier Software Systems, a company leading the change toward sustainable and repeatable best practices in software engineering. Through both practice and training, he has achieved mastery of the software development process and now dedicates his time to mentoring and coaching organizations.
Jim has over 28 years of software engineering experience, with 20+ years leading development teams and projects. He is passionate about good software design techniques and applying sound engineering principles that result in reduced time to market, exceptional quality, and minimizing overall cost.
Jim is a native Nebraskan, has a wife and two children, and received an Electrical Engineering degree from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.Sponsors:
The Reserves Network
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