There are still a few seats left for the next Chicago ALT.NET meeting. The
meeting is on April 8th and we will have a demonstration of FitNesse
by Robert Martin.
FitNesse is used by many people for acceptance testing and many in our group wanted to understand it better. So
come and see what this is all about.
Collaborative Acceptance Testing with FitNesse
Pizza and networking time
Robert Martin is back, this time to talk about FitNesse,
an Acceptance Testing
turned into Wiki framework built on top of Fit.
Who else would you want to see talking about FitNesse? Uncle Bob, was one of its creators
and is its maintainer. In this session he will explain what Acceptance Testing, Fit and
FitNesse are, why they are useful and how to best use FitNesse in your process.
He'll also show off Slim, the new test-system
that supersedes Fit and enables a whole hose of new features and capabilities.
Robert C. Martin has been a software
professional since 1970. In the last 35 years, he has worked in various capacities on literally
hundreds of software projects. He has authored "landmark" books on Agile Programming, Extreme
Programming, UML, Object-Oriented Programming, and C++ Programming. He has published dozens of
articles in various trade journals. Today, He is one of the software industry's leading authorities
on Agile software development and is a regular speaker at international conferences and trade shows.
He is a former editor of the C++ Report and currently writes a monthly Craftsman column for Software
Mr. Martin is the founder, CEO, and president of Object
Mentor Incorporated. Object Mentor is a sister company to Object Mentor International. Like
OMI, Object Mentor is comprised of highly experienced software professionals who provide process
improvement consulting, object-oriented software design consulting , training, and development
services to major corporations around the world.
Time for our monthly open discussion. Aside from any specific topic that
anyone wants to bring to the group, we can continue the discussion on
Acceptance Testing and report the progress on the effort to produce
the Chicago Code Camp.
03-28-2009 9:34 PM