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Joel Cochran An Introduction to Test Driven Development (TDD) - Joel Cochran (MVP)
Tuesday, October 28, 2014 at 6:30 PM
Test Driven Development is a technique that requires Unit Tests for code to be written before the code itself. By placing the emphasis on testing, developers can define success before code is written. This helps us answer that elusive question of "when is code done?" TDD offers additional benefits such as only writing code you need to satisfy your requirements, enhanced maintainability, and better modularity. In this presentation we will take a hands on look at TDD by walking through Roy Osherove's "TDD Kata", a daily exercise in Test Driven Development.

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Joel Cochran is a user experience engineer, web developer, and Lead Developer for WintellectNOW, an on-demand video training service. A Microsoft Windows Platform Development MVP and ASPInsider, Joel focuses on ASP.NET MVC, JavaScript, and Windows Azure. He spends an inordinate amount of time on Twitter (@joelcochran) and far less time on his blog http://joelcochran.com.

L. Van Lowe Visual Studio - The Only Tool for the Database Developer? - L. Van Lowe
Tuesday, November 18, 2014 at 6:30 PM
Okay Visual Studio may not be the only tool for the database developer, however there is a lot you can do without going to SQL Server Management Studio. In this session you'll see some of the features that are now in Visual Studio for database developers. Some of the things covered in this session include managing different versions of your database, unit testing your UDFs and StoreProc, and much more.

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Van has been a professional ASP.Net developer for over 10 years. He spends his spare time creating applications for Prince William Special Olympics , and lately he has been creating mini-spas (Single Page Application) with MVC, AngularJS and BreezeJS. Over the last five years he has been speaking at various user groups and code camps. Van has a MS in Computer Science from George Washington University. Van holds MCP certifications in Visual Basic, Access, ASP.Net and SQL Server. He also has a MCSD certification.


  

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