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Pragmatic Behavior-driven Design with .NET

Course Summary

Behavior-driven Design (BDD) is a simple way to structure your tests and development practice, but over the years it's been convoluted by jargon and cargo-cult testing frameworks. In this course, Rob Conery creates a membership library for ASP.NET MVC and

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    Course Syllabus

    ● Introduction and What We're Doing
        ◦ Introduction
        ◦ Tool Setup
        ◦ Structuring the Solution
        ◦ Cutting Through the Jargon
        ◦ Our First Specs
        ◦ Making the Output More Readable
        ◦ So Exactly What is BDD?
    ● Getting Rolling
        ◦ Filling out the Specs
        ◦ Speeding up the Feedback with NCrunch
        ◦ Coding the Happy Path
        ◦ Challenging the Happy Path
    ● Working with Data
        ◦ Thinking About Data
        ◦ Plugging in EF
        ◦ Initial Tests with EF
        ◦ Keeping Test Data Clean
        ◦ Dealing with Passwords
    ● Refactoring
        ◦ Dealing with a Developing Smell
        ◦ Results of a Full Refactor and Better Test Organization
    ● Once Again, a Little Faster
        ◦ Authentication at Full Speed
        ◦ Authentication Refactoring
    ● Strategies for Working with BDD
        ◦ Working with Email
        ◦ A Good API
        ◦ Configuration
        ◦ Summary


Course Fee:
USD 29

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1 - 4 hours / week

This course is listed under Open Source , Development & Implementations and Quality Assurance & Testing Community

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