Starting out with JUnit 5
. On the evening of 11th April, DubJUG co-lead Barry Evans is running a workshop built upon a session he attended at JavaOne ......
Barry is presenting....
Starting Out with JUnit 5
Doors Open 18:15 (evening session)
Barry's workshop builds upon a JavaOne session he attended that was run by Jeanne Boyarsky, author of the official Oracle OCA/OCP study guides.
The difference between JUnit 4 and 5 is far bigger than the difference between 3 and 4. JUnit 5 was released on 10th September 2017, so it is high time to learn about next-generation JUnit.
Attendees in this session will migrate a JUnit 4 application to JUnit 5, while learning what’s changed and the new styles of unit testing that JUnit 5 enables.
NOTE: THIS IS A BRING YOUR OWN LAPTOP HANDS-ON LAB. .
Barry is a seasoned web application engineer with over ten years experience developing enterprise applications in the financial sector. Presently, he is an Oracle Certified Senior Applications Consultant at DubJUG partner Version 1.
Barry is interested in meeting other JUG leaders, finding out what brings Java developers together, and to help the Dublin JUG in Ireland grow by getting involved with the global Java community.
You can follow him on twitter at @Bazza_NI
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