Going one step further, the workshop will also introduce Groovy and Spock as a substitute for JUnit, allowing to write easily readable and expressive BDD style tests.
As this is a hands-on workshop, it is essential that you bring a prepared workstation, containing the following software:
- JDK 8
- Groovy 2.5
- Docker 17-CE
- Linux environment recommended
- macOS and Windows 10 environments using Docker for Mac and Docker for Windows should work in theory, but we can’t provide specialized support
- Of course it is also possible to pair using one workstation.
Generals experience in using the following technologies is expected. Participants can tag along if they don’t know all the details, but some topics might get too complex if they are missing the basics.
Java developer and JVM fanboy since being introduced to the language back in school 12 years ago. Found his own company during his university years, developing mobile apps and client-server applications, which lead to his discovery of Grails and the Groovy ecosystem. Fell in love with TDD because of Spock. Nowadays Kevin is working at the cyber security company GDATA Advanced Analytics and focuses on topics such as software craftsmanship, infrastructure as code and continuous integration pipelines, trying to make the world a better place one container at a time. read more
Jack-Of-All-Trades promoting perpetual pursuit of technical excellence. Developer of Java systems since about 10 years ago. Passionate usability nit-pick. Zealot hooking everyone in his vicinity on testing. Wholehearted embracer of agile principles. Found his home at German cyber security service provider GDATA Advanced Analytics, where he can do all of the above on a daily basis. read more